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desex

(dē-sĕks′)
tr.v. de·sexed, de·sexing, de·sexes
To remove part or all of the reproductive organs of; neuter.

desex

removal of the organs of generation, the ovaries or testes.
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The stars of the entertainment industry, like Madonna or Whitney Houston, tended to have troubled personal lives, while the "safer" role models like Janet Reno and Madeleine Albright seemed desexed.
For Agafiina is a strangely desexed virgin, born to poverty in beauty, and adopted into a capitalist-nationalist hotbed of wealth.
Then there are those women with psychosexual inhibitions or neurotic problems, who use their desexed shoes as a pedic chastity belt.
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In his love letters to Angelina Grimke in 1838, Theodore Dwight Weld did something one would not expect from a man courting a woman: he repeatedly desexed his fiance in his rhetoric (and at moments even imaginatively remade her into a man) by conflating her with a male friend of his, Charles Stuart.
In this case the germ is culture; the "girl" or consumer who is supposed to swallow and ingest it instead vomits it back in wrecked desubjectivized tidbits, strangely desexed into glamour molecules, in pretty colors.