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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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2) According to such views, the desexing of the adult factory women into "factory girls" represents Melville's critique of the dehumanizing power of industrial modernization and his concern that, as Fisher puts it, "machine production is not reconcilable with human production.
But, desexing the body is only the first stage in their radical revision of gender and sexuality.
Genetic manipulations, now in experimental stages, will make fish grow twice as fast, while desexing fish so that none of the growth is wasted on reproduction.
Strongly supported were measures such as compulsory desexing, microchipping and limiting the number of cats per household.