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What is the difference between a eunuch and a normal human being?

Asked by prakash bajaj, 16 Jan '08 08:41 am
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A eunuch is a castrated man; the term usually refers to those castrated in order to perform a specific social function, as was common in many societies of the past. Over the millennia since, they have performed a wide variety of functions in many different cultures such as courtiers or equivalent domestics, treble singers, religious specialists, government officials, military commanders, and guardians of women or harem servants. In some societies, the notion of eunuch has been expanded to include men who are impotent with women or are simply celibate. Human beings are just like you, me and several others.
Answered by Doctor Know, 16 Jan '08 08:44 am

 
  
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