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Susanann
07-16-2003, 03:46 PM
I have seen different thoughts/opinions, that castrated men cannot have sex, and thus in old days, they are made into eunuchs. But some people say that it was not effective.

Then I also have heard that castrating a rapist will not stop his ability to function/have sex.

Can castrated men still have normal sex? Does it change anything, frequency or ability?

I also heard of several men who have had testiclar cancer, and they had to have them removed, but I was in no position to ask about if they were still functional afterwards.

In particular, if castrated men "can have" sex, are there any women here who have had sex with such men? and is it any different, or wierd in any way?

No jokes please, just the facts.

dorkusmalorkusmafia
07-16-2003, 03:58 PM
There are different forms of castration, from a vasectomy to a complete removal of penis and testicles and everything in between. As long as a man retains his penis he can still have penetrative sex where he is on top. If he has his balls removed (like castrati of yesteryear) he can still get hard and top, but obviously there will be no payload so to speak. If he has his penis and testicles removed he will only be able to bottom (ie, he won't be doing any penetrating).

Susanann
07-16-2003, 04:08 PM
I mean like: "like castrati of yesteryear".

So you are saying that he can do it, but he wont climax nor enjoy it, nor want to do it?

friedo
07-16-2003, 04:12 PM
Well, merely getting your testicles removed will prevent you from producing sperm and testosterone, but I'm not sure it will prevent you from climaxing. Many prepubescent boys experience orgasms without ejaculation.

DeVena
07-16-2003, 04:16 PM
OK Penis - no testes. He can still climax, there may be little ejaculate but there is no sperm at all. And most likely, he'll be impotent and only be able to reach climax by manual stimulation. But without testes, which produce most of a man's testosterone, he would have a very decreased sex drive. Viagra would work.

dorkusmalorkusmafia
07-16-2003, 04:51 PM
I never said he wouldn't enjoy it. I don't have sites to back this up but I believe that a man without testicles can still get and maintain an erection. I do believe that the lesser production of testosterone would probably lower the sex drive though.

MelCthefirst
07-16-2003, 05:34 PM
If you are interested in this subject, have a read of Ann Rice's book 'Castrato' (I think). It is fiction but is apparently based on fact and talks in quite detail about sex drives and lives of the Castrati.
Maybe it is spiced up for the book, but they seem to have been ideal lovers for married women of standing - sex without the worry! They also live in fear of not only losing their soprano (?) voices but also their erections due to the combination of being castrated and getting older.

Agback
07-16-2003, 05:43 PM
G'day

A friend of mine had testicular cancer, which was treated with orchidectomy and chemotherapy. His comment was that that if you must have a potentially-fatal cancer, testicular cancer is the best since it is so easily treated. I guess that he is taking synthetic testosterone, but otherwise I take his comment (and the fact that his live-in girlfriend migrated to Australia to stay with him when he came home) to suggest that his sex life is pretty much unaffected.

Regards,


Agback

chewbasta
07-16-2003, 05:46 PM
Sure, smee wife makes me do it all of the time.

sunstone
07-16-2003, 06:00 PM
In line with Fighting Ignorance...vasectomies are in no way a type of castration. The operation simply blocks the passage of sperm to the outside during ejaculation. The tubes carrying the sperm are blocked in a number of different ways, but there is no effect on the production of testosterone, sperm or the ability to become erect.

I have friends who have had their vasectomies reversed, and subsequently fathered children. Can't do that if you've been castrated.

Biffy the Elephant Shrew
07-16-2003, 06:26 PM
Note that the testicles are not the only source of testosterone. It is also produced by the adrenal glands. Consequently, removing the testicles does not cause complete loss of sexual drive and function.

moejuck
07-16-2003, 06:53 PM
There is also chemical castration, which is more commonly used these days for sex offenders. They take shots that basically limit their testosterone levels so severely that it will take away thier sex drive. Of course they can still have sex, but the idea is that they won't want to.

As Biffy has just said, men without testicles can still have a sex drive because testosterone is still developing in the body. This is the reason chemical castration tends to be more succesful than the alternative.

Götterfunken
07-16-2003, 07:03 PM
Farinelli (real name Carlo Broschi) is depicted in the film Farinelli as conducting amorous affairs, and as able to do everything (erection, penetration, etc.) except achieve orgasm. The film insinuated that his inability to climax actually made him a better lover than non-castrated men, who couldn't/can't always last long enough to please a woman.

I don't know how much of that, if any, applied to Farinelli's real sex life, but it seems to be based on the recognition that castrati in general were certainly capable of having sex.

SylverOne
07-16-2003, 07:13 PM
Originally posted by MelCthefirst
If you are interested in this subject, have a read of Ann Rice's book 'Castrato' (I think). It is fiction but is apparently based on fact and talks in quite detail about sex drives and lives of the Castrati.

That would be Cry to Heaven, which is one of her best IMHO.

castrati
08-30-2013, 01:57 AM
Hi. I am a castrated male. My penis has shrunk to barely visible. If I feel rare sexual arousal/interest at all, my penis grows very minimally. Penetration is impossible. Sexual intercourse is impossible. It's impossible to keep it stimulated enough before it shrinks, which is where it wants to remain permanently. It is possible to reach an orgasm, although extremely difficult. That is also pointless as you experience a moment of pleasure that vanishes instantly, leaving a feeling of large disappointment. Not being able to ejaculate is a huge let down physically. Therefore, a castrated males sexual life is nearly entirely over. Yes and you can't take it back. It is a huge loss.

pkbites
08-30-2013, 03:01 AM
Hi. I am a castrated male. My penis has shrunk to barely visible. If I feel rare sexual arousal/interest at all, my penis grows very minimally. Penetration is impossible. Sexual intercourse is impossible. It's impossible to keep it stimulated enough before it shrinks, which is where it wants to remain permanently. It is possible to reach an orgasm, although extremely difficult. That is also pointless as you experience a moment of pleasure that vanishes instantly, leaving a feeling of large disappointment. Not being able to ejaculate is a huge let down physically. Therefore, a castrated males sexual life is nearly entirely over. Yes and you can't take it back. It is a huge loss.

Um. I hate to bump a zombie thread. But may I ask why you are castrated?

Der Trihs
08-30-2013, 03:22 AM
If you are interested in this subject, have a read of Ann Rice's book 'Castrato' (I think). It is fiction but is apparently based on fact and talks in quite detail about sex drives and lives of the Castrati.
Maybe it is spiced up for the book, but they seem to have been ideal lovers for married women of standing - sex without the worry! I recall reading years ago that that was a reason for castrating male slaves in ancient Rome; safe sex for the noblewomen.

Mahaloth
08-30-2013, 08:17 AM
Hi. I am a castrated male. My penis has shrunk to barely visible. If I feel rare sexual arousal/interest at all, my penis grows very minimally. Penetration is impossible. Sexual intercourse is impossible. It's impossible to keep it stimulated enough before it shrinks, which is where it wants to remain permanently. It is possible to reach an orgasm, although extremely difficult. That is also pointless as you experience a moment of pleasure that vanishes instantly, leaving a feeling of large disappointment. Not being able to ejaculate is a huge let down physically. Therefore, a castrated males sexual life is nearly entirely over. Yes and you can't take it back. It is a huge loss.

Thanks for joining the dope and for posting this. What happened that required you to be castrated? How was it done?

Qadgop the Mercotan
08-30-2013, 11:22 AM
Thanks for joining the dope and for posting this. What happened that required you to be castrated? How was it done?
And if you're not on testosterone supplements, why not?

please please let this NOT be one of those fetlife outliers...

DocCathode
08-30-2013, 02:34 PM
In Panati's Extraordinary Endings Of Practically Everything And Everybody, there is a large section on castrati. Panati agrees with most of the posters here, a castrated male could still have sex. He notes the great castrato Veluti as being 'notoriously unchaste'.

kayaker
08-30-2013, 03:44 PM
Hi. I am a castrated male.

So, the user name; coincidental?

panache45
08-30-2013, 04:45 PM
Of course a castrated man can have sex. He still has a mouth, anus, hands, feet, and a brain. And as long as he still has nerves in his penis, that too.

lavenderviolet
08-30-2013, 05:52 PM
Sometimes men with advanced prostate cancer are castrated to suppress the testosterone that the cancer feeds off of. That could be one reason for castration nowadays that has nothing to do with a fetish or criminal punishment. If you're really curious about what castration is like you might want to see if there is any info for men considering this option for prostate cancer.
Most men who have testicular cancer would only have one testicle removed, for the record, so they are NOT going to have the hormonal issues that completely castrated men would.

castrati
08-31-2013, 01:04 AM
So, the user name; coincidental?
No.

castrati
08-31-2013, 01:05 AM
Of course a castrated man can have sex. He still has a mouth, anus, hands, feet, and a brain. And as long as he still has nerves in his penis, that too.
Does he want to?

JBDivmstr
08-31-2013, 06:42 AM
Does he want to?

You tell us, since your username isn't coincidental.

BleizDu
08-31-2013, 09:45 AM
My partner was born without testes and can have penetrative sex, achieve orgasms and ejaculate, just fine. He has been on hormones for a good chunk of his life though.

castrati
08-31-2013, 10:30 PM
You tell us, since your username isn't coincidental.

I'm lost. I tell you about what?

castrati
08-31-2013, 10:31 PM
My partner was born without testes and can have penetrative sex, achieve orgasms and ejaculate, just fine. He has been on hormones for a good chunk of his life though.

Good point. With hormones castrated men should be able to perform sorta/kinda normal.

castrati
08-31-2013, 11:42 PM
You tell us, since your username isn't coincidental.

Oh, No he does not want to be bothered anymore.

panache45
09-01-2013, 02:06 AM
Does he want to?You'll have to ask him.

But in my case . . . A couple of years ago I stopped getting erections. A blood test indicated a very low level of testosterone. I was put on testosterone replacement therapy, and my level returned to normal. Still no erections. I still get the injections because they're beneficial to my body in general, especially my heart muscles.

At no time has my libido been affected. I have normal desires; with the right kind of stimulation I feel normal pleasure; I have normal climaxes with normal ejaculate. Everything is fine, except no erections. Fortunately, the varieties of sex I have with my partner don't require me to have an erection. In fact it was my partner who informed me that I was no longer getting erections; it feels totally normal from my point of view.

So I don't understand what people say about losing their libidos and not being able to climax. What controls that, other than testosterone?

JBDivmstr
09-01-2013, 08:20 PM
Of course a castrated man can have sex. He still has a mouth, anus, hands, feet, and a brain. And as long as he still has nerves in his penis, that too.

Does he want to?

You tell us, since your username isn't coincidental.
And I apologize if this post came across as 'snarky', but I think only you can answer the question, "Does he want to?" (as regards yourself)
I'm lost. I tell you about what?
Does a castrated man want to have sex? :confused:

Oh, No he does not want to be bothered anymore.
Oh, I'm still here, and I was genuinely curious about what your answer, to your question, ("Does he want to[have sex]?") would be.

And thanks for your answer, panache45.

lazarus86
09-01-2013, 09:32 PM
So I don't understand what people say about losing their libidos and not being able to climax. What controls that, other than testosterone?

Stress, performance anxiety, depression, blood flow, a combination of the aforementioned things, and even more.

I have heard a doctor say that Viagra's debut helped men's health overall because now men were going to the doctor and saying they were having erection troubles and it would find problems with their heart, etc.

panache45
09-02-2013, 01:53 AM
Stress, performance anxiety, depression, blood flow, a combination of the aforementioned things, and even more.

Those are the negatives; what I was looking for were positives. Why do I have a libido, regardless of my testosterone level? Why do I have no trouble reaching a climax, and a normal amount of semen? What makes these factors not change, regardless of whether my t-level is very low or normal? Do I have some kind of "reserve" that takes over when my t-level is low?

foolsguinea
09-02-2013, 06:19 PM
I don't know, but I suspect the not getting erections is--how do you put it?--mechanical. Your blood vessels aren't able to constrict in the same way as to hold an erection, or something.

slowlearner
09-02-2013, 09:49 PM
I have read that the Castrati were rock n roll gods to women, that they got as much poontang as Mick Jagger ever did. Can't cite a source but a normal (physiologically) male produces plenty of testosterone outside of the testes so drive and erection aren't a problem, and I can't believe the level of ignorance concerning the male orgasm I'm reading, our precious gonads are just there to dribble sperm into the ejaculatory fluid that boils up out of the prostate at that great but regrettably very short moment. Guys, learn about your prostate, your missing way too much fun! And if you want something to worry about, it's removal of the prostate for cancer that can really jack up your sex life, nerve damage from the procedure and a lack of seminal fluid leave a lot of men happy to be alive but depressed at the poor quality of their sexual experience, and it does nothing for your vocal range.

deliveryman1994
07-01-2015, 11:29 AM
Wow - there seems to be a lot of ignorance on the issue here. I have had a bilateral orchiectomy due to cancer. Yes that means I am castrated. I am on hormone replacement - Androgel 1.62. I can tell you that it is not a direct substitute for the testosterone made by your testes. I cannot sustain an erection. Viagra and the other erection enhancers do not work well so I have to use a constrictive ring. I am still able to have orgasms, but they are not the same as before - they are more like weak sneezes now. My ejaculate is minimal and clear. Sometimes my orgasms are dry which are less pleasurable. My desire is still mostly the same as before.

While I was trying to get the insurance part worked out for hormone replacement I crashed and burned. I had continual hot flashes a desire and erections disappeared completely. Most times I could not achieve an orgasm. So the person who said that you still have plenty of testosterone produced elsewhere in the body after castration to take care of erections, libido and desire doesn't know what he is talking about. I know first hand. Don't get me wrong - I am glad to be cancer free and alive, but I really do miss the sex life I had before castration.

Broomstick
07-01-2015, 01:00 PM
The amount of testosterone produced by the body in places other than the testes (like the adrenal glands) is going to vary considerably from person to person, deliveryman1994, so while I in no way doubt your experience it is also possible for another man to have a somewhat different outcome.

My very casual "research" seems to indicate that while penetrative sex post-castration (assuming an intact penis) is possible it is in no way guaranteed. Any man getting a complete removal of testicles needs to understand that normal sex may be off the table for good. Likewise, men with prostate surgery need to also understand that future lack of sex is a distinct possibility with such surgery. If they retain normal or near-normal function post surgery they are fortunate.

Inna Minnit
07-01-2015, 04:31 PM
What about sex on the table?

Senegoid
07-01-2015, 05:21 PM
Good Fucking Non-fucking Luck trying to find any reliable information on this subject from any source. (Time for Cecil to take it up? Has he already?) While any particular source you might find (possibly including the posts in this thread) might be accurate, how would you know what source to believe? The answers, the stories and anecdotes, are so all over the map.

Once upon a time, while waiting in the Kaiser pharmacy for whatever toxic potions they were feeding me, I picked up a brochure that was on a rack there. It was about prostate surgery, and focused on males' fears about what "life after" would be like.

Jeez-fucking-shit, what a load of BSDL (Bullshit, Doubletalk and Lies), what a compendium of euphemisms, what a confabulation of weasel-words that brochure was. It was full of statements like (I'm sort of making this up from memory, but along these lines): "While many men do experience some reduction in their libido, they find that they can learn to enjoy the satisfaction of cuddling and caressing with their partners".

Translation? Forget it, buster, it's all over?

The whole brochure was full of shinola like that. And this was from Kaiser, a health care organization!

So where would you turn to get real information that you would feel you could trust?

Oh, wait, for that we have Teh Internet!

nearwildheaven
07-01-2015, 07:05 PM
Women don't have testicles, and they also produce a small amount of testosterone.

Anyway, a man does not have to have testicles to have a sex life, normal or otherwise, and that does include ejaculation. Most of that is produced by the prostate, which is in fact what it's there for - to provide a vehicle for the little swimmers, which don't take up much room.

As with people who haven't been castrated, the whole sexual experience thing is going to vary widely. I say "people" because that's also true for women who have had oophorectomies, which is female castration and just as devastating, even though our "parts" are on the inside.

Ambivalid
07-01-2015, 07:38 PM
It was full of statements like (I'm sort of making this up from memory, but along these lines): "While many men do experience some reduction in their libido, they find that they can learn to enjoy the satisfaction of cuddling and caressing with their partners".

Translation? Forget it, buster, it's all over?

Hahahaha! You know what this sounds like? It sounds like all the literature and bullshit you get told following a spinal cord injury. :D "Sex is really all in the mind!" Hahaha. Uh huh.

buddha_david
07-01-2015, 08:07 PM
...Panati's Extraordinary Endings of Practically Everything and Everybody...

I so totally hope that book title's anagram wasn't accidental. :)

Broomstick
07-01-2015, 08:30 PM
Once upon a time, while waiting in the Kaiser pharmacy for whatever toxic potions they were feeding me, I picked up a brochure that was on a rack there. It was about prostate surgery, and focused on males' fears about what "life after" would be like.

Jeez-fucking-shit, what a load of BSDL (Bullshit, Doubletalk and Lies), what a compendium of euphemisms, what a confabulation of weasel-words that brochure was. It was full of statements like (I'm sort of making this up from memory, but along these lines): "While many men do experience some reduction in their libido, they find that they can learn to enjoy the satisfaction of cuddling and caressing with their partners".

Translation? Forget it, buster, it's all over?
Yes, well, telling men that a surgeon is about to scoop out their bloated prostate, almost certainly resulting in nerve damage leaving them likely unable to have sex and pissing into their own underwear on a daily basis is probably not the best approach either.

I agree, overly pretty glurge is not helpful. Neither is being blunt to the point of inducing panic. Can we try for a happy medium here?

Or maybe just "Look, the side effects include no sex and a lifetime of incontinence garments, but at least you'll have a lifetime. You can either keep your bits and die sooner of cancer or lose them, accept the side effects, and die later of something else."

md2000
07-02-2015, 01:54 AM
I forget which book Robert Heinlein mentions the story of some guy who was drunken joyriding on the hood of his buddy's car when a sudden stop while straddling the hood ornament removed some vital parts. (ah, the 1950's, when hood ornaments were hood ornaments). Presumably Heinlein based this on an incident he heard/knew about, but also mentioned that done after puberty it did not affect anything performance-wise except the risk of pregnancy.

I'm wondering of it was Farnham's Freehold, which did involve threat of castration somewhere in the story line.

Boyo Jim
07-02-2015, 03:25 PM
..."Look, the side effects include no sex and a lifetime of incontinence garments, but at least you'll have a lifetime. ...

Yes, a lifetime of no sex and diapers. Excuse me for saying that's not a comforting narrative. :p

drad dog
07-03-2015, 11:05 PM
If castratis were banging all the women in the palace, why were they castrated? The point was to have guys who would guard the harem, and not violate the content thereof, no?

md2000
07-03-2015, 11:42 PM
As the exceedingly large market for Viagra seems to indicate, the desire and the ability to perform are not always bedfellows, so to speak.

Since "chemical castration" allegedly works, though, removing the desire seems to remove some of the ability since there seems in many cases to be a cause and effect relationship between desire and an erection. Castrati - both the Asian harem guards and the renaissance church singers - were typically castrated before puberty, thus removing a lot of the hormonal development that produced urges. (My understanding of the Forbidden City was that the Chinese civil service eunuchs were selected since castrati were also less aggressive and less likely to have to ambition to start a palace coup and would not start their own dynasty, feather the nest for their children with corruption, etc.

pianodave
07-04-2015, 12:53 AM
Hahahaha! You know what this sounds like? It sounds like all the literature and bullshit you get told following a spinal cord injury. :D "Sex is really all in the mind!" Hahaha. Uh huh.

Hi Ambivalid. I was told much the same following my spinal cord injury. I've found that the best way to deal with the changes in your sexual function is to buy into the whole "sex is mental" thing. I mean, at first, I doubted that people could have orgasms when their equipment isn't working. I was wrong. There is a huge mental component there, but you have to be aware and willing for it to happen. I understand that some things "move up"; as in, perhaps your nipples will get extra sensitive when you can't feel your penis, or you'll enjoy sensation on your lips or scalp or ears where you didn't pre-injury. But I wouldn't underestimate the power of the mind. With the right person, and the right lovemaking, it can be really intense. Like a rush. In fact, I would say a partner of a spinal-cord injury individual can be really stellar in the bedroom. As spinal cord injury is a deep, life-changing event, you and your partner tend to be more closely connected---more honest and open. This heightened caring and honesty can lead to electric, passionate encounters. In regards to castrated individuals, I would posit only that the mind is a powerful thing, and that with a heightened awareness of one's own body and sexual being, many physical barriers to pleasure, such as a lack of equipment, can be worked around or eliminated. I urge us all not to forget that we are sexual beings no matter what happens to us. We should not forget that special gift we have been given--the ability to share sexual pleasure with another, no matter what form it may take.


Dave

DocCathode
07-04-2015, 11:28 PM
If castratis were banging all the women in the palace, why were they castrated? The point was to have guys who would guard the harem, and not violate the content thereof, no?

If that was a concern, they simply removed the penis as well. Panatti (I have no idea where in my piles of books that book is right now) describes how a full removal was done. I'll spare you the details.

pool
07-05-2015, 01:03 AM
Ok I'm pretty sure castration refers to only removal of the testicles and emasculation refers to removal of both the testicles and penis right? It seems a lot of people don't know that castration only involves the testicles.

chorpler
07-05-2015, 02:59 PM
I forget which book Robert Heinlein mentions the story of some guy who was drunken joyriding on the hood of his buddy's car when a sudden stop while straddling the hood ornament removed some vital parts. (ah, the 1950's, when hood ornaments were hood ornaments). Presumably Heinlein based this on an incident he heard/knew about, but also mentioned that done after puberty it did not affect anything performance-wise except the risk of pregnancy.

I'm wondering of it was Farnham's Freehold, which did involve threat of castration somewhere in the story line.

I don't know about Heinlein, but Larry Niven related that story in his "Known Space" series. It may have even been in more than one place, although the only one I can remember for sure is his short story "Becalmed in Hell," where a guy named Eric suffered a horrible moon-landing accident and was hooked up to control a spaceship as a disembodied brain (well, the spaceship became his body, I guess). Eric and his still-in-a-human-body friend, the narrator/protagonist, are exploring Venus in Eric's specially-heat-shielded ship, and Eric starts developing numbness and inability to control his engines. Narrator guy has a theory that it's all psychological because Eric is freaking out about the harsh Venusian environment. But why would Eric be panicking when he has no glands to dump adrenaline into his blood? Well, the narrator thinks, it must be a leftover habit from when he DID have glands. He thinks:


I know a girl whose father had an accident when he was forty-five or so. He was out with his brother, the girl's uncle, on a fishing trip. They were blind drunk when they started home and the guy was riding on the hood while the brother drove. Then the brother made a sudden stop. Our hero left two important glands on the hood ornament.

The only change in his sex life was that his wife stopped worrying about late pregnancy. His habits were developed.

Come to think of it, I think I may have mentioned this years ago in a different thread, but search is being irritatingly slow for me at the moment.

Ambivalid
07-05-2015, 03:21 PM
Hi Ambivalid. I was told much the same following my spinal cord injury. I've found that the best way to deal with the changes in your sexual function is to buy into the whole "sex is mental" thing. I mean, at first, I doubted that people could have orgasms when their equipment isn't working. I was wrong. There is a huge mental component there, but you have to be aware and willing for it to happen. I understand that some things "move up"; as in, perhaps your nipples will get extra sensitive when you can't feel your penis, or you'll enjoy sensation on your lips or scalp or ears where you didn't pre-injury. But I wouldn't underestimate the power of the mind. With the right person, and the right lovemaking, it can be really intense. Like a rush. In fact, I would say a partner of a spinal-cord injury individual can be really stellar in the bedroom. As spinal cord injury is a deep, life-changing event, you and your partner tend to be more closely connected---more honest and open. This heightened caring and honesty can lead to electric, passionate encounters.

Dave

Oh, I'm sure you're right. Thankfully, however, I retained full sexual function and sensation. ;)

Broomstick
07-05-2015, 09:17 PM
Yes, a lifetime of no sex and diapers. Excuse me for saying that's not a comforting narrative. :p
No, it's not comforting but it is honest.

As the men being told this are, in most cases, of sound mind and adult it is up to them to choose whether they prefer a shorter life with sex and without diapers or a longer life without sex and with diapers.

If castratis were banging all the women in the palace, why were they castrated? The point was to have guys who would guard the harem, and not violate the content thereof, no?
There's a difference between harem guards (who might have their penis as well as testicles removed) and operatic/church castrati, who had their testicles removed to keep their voices from deepening with adulthood but who retained their penises.

The harem guards were supposed to guard the women, not have sex with them, and removal of the penis pretty much prevented that (at least the penis in vagina sort). Since the primary reason to remove the testicles of the singing castrati was to prevent a voice change, not prevent sex, removal of the penis, which probably upped the chances of fatal complications, was not seen as necessary. Thus, the singers could potentially "bang all the women" they wanted if they were still capable of the act.

Ok I'm pretty sure castration refers to only removal of the testicles and emasculation refers to removal of both the testicles and penis right? It seems a lot of people don't know that castration only involves the testicles.
I have never before been told of such explicit definitions of the terms/operations. Well, emasculation as "removal of all male genitals", yes, but I've heard castration refer to a variety of things, from "chemical castration" to removal/destruction of testes to emasculation as a sub-set of castration.

Typically, when one castrates a domestic animal one just destroys the function of/removes the testes and leaves the penis intact.

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