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Old 12-30-2018, 10:36 PM  
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Default Re: 'Emasculate' vs ?

That's an interesting observation. I agree, it does seem to indicate that there's something inherently masculine which may be taken away for which no female equivalent apparently exists.

There's a rather fascinating conversation about it here, if you haven't seen it already: meaning - Is there a feminine equivalent of "emasculate"? - English Language & Usage Stack Exchange
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