(one's) manhood

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(one's) manhood

1. One's masculine identity or attributes. It doesn't diminish your manhood to discuss your feelings more openly. He felt like his manhood was being threatened when his wife started making more money than him.
2. euphemism One's penis, testicles, or both. She kicked her date in his manhood when he started getting aggressive with her. You're a fool if you don't wear an athletic cup to protect your manhood out on the field.
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manhood

n. penis. His reflexes automatically protect his manhood.
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'And already, she had a knife with her without his knowledge which she brought out and chopped off his manhood.
The court heard that, on the 10th day of September 2017 at Rendezvous Bar and Restaurant in Machakos town, the accused unlawfully caused his manhood to penetrate the private parts of Mercy John without her consent.
As a matter of fact, the acceptance of 'Umar's, may Allah be pleased with him, of Islam was a great event that manifested his manhood as soon as he embraced Islam.
A TOYBOY accused of murdering his lover's husband outside a pub was trying to "prove his manhood" after she humiliated him with other men, a court heard.
Rather than Mellick's portrayal of Yombo as a weak irrational figure, through his defiant persona, Marshall argues, Yombo could exercise his manhood as he raised fears and anxieties of whites to improve his survival in against racial oppression.
Thus the frame narratives themselves become similar dramatizations, "'announcing' as the true man the one man who does not seem to announce his manhood: Captain Marlow himself" (2).
Chhalotre then sued his wife for defaming his manhood. (ANI)
QMY husband is completely obsessed with the size of his manhood. I've always been perfectly happy with it - we have a great sex life and two children.
"One gutter newspaper, which shall remain nameless, even went to great lengths to report on the size of his manhood. How pathetic."
Johnny "Mad Dog" is a 16-year-old soldier whose frequent name changes reflect his desperate desire to prove his manhood, his superiority to others and to earn the fear and respect of his comrades.
A heavy drinker risked his manhood in both of its meanings: his gender character (such as supporting his family) and his very humanity.
SCREEN beauty Angelina Jolie has revealed she left Irish hunk Colin Farrell nursing a secret injury on the set of their movie Alexander - to his manhood.
A "Sissy," conversely, "endeavors," "runs about," is "groping" for his manhood, as he "cackles" of his accomplishments to society in the hopes his "imitation" will be recognized as authentic manhood.