I'm looking at Jonathan's recent edit changing man to male, and ML4E's immediate rollback. Jonathan, were you perhaps seeking fo expand the category to hold castrated characters who happen to be young boys? As the description states, most eunuchs are made before puberty. Turtle Fan (talk) 22:28, November 20, 2015 (UTC)

I had non-humans in mind.JonathanMarkoff (talk) 22:30, November 20, 2015 (UTC)

Oh. Well, that's just silly. Turtle Fan (talk) 05:02, November 21, 2015 (UTC)
He tried to add Traveller, a castrated horse. Technically a gelding not a eunuch. ML4E (talk) 22:31, November 20, 2015 (UTC)
I could have sworn Traveller stayed intact his whole life. He was so spirited that, as Lee's health deteriorated from mid-'63 on, he was more and more forced to ride his back-up horse (Lucy Long, I think her name was). Geldings usually are more sedate than stallions (which is traditionally the only reason horsemen get them gelded and forfeit the possibility of stud fees). Turtle Fan (talk) 05:02, November 21, 2015 (UTC)

I'm also wondering if Ernie from Southern Victory counts, but maybe his injury wasn't a complete castration. Also, I haven't read "Running of the Bulls" but the main character Jake Barnes in the source novel has the injury which inspired the Ernie character, does Baek Jarns have the same injury?JonathanMarkoff (talk) 22:34, November 20, 2015 (UTC)

No this is for deliberate removal of testes that are otherwise healthy, not removal due to injury or illness. The latter remains in the parent "Amputees". What do you think eunuch means anyway? ML4E (talk) 22:38, November 20, 2015 (UTC)
Baek Jarns hints at having the same injury, but in both cases, it's too vague to be sure. Also, as ML4E says, it really doesn't apply (though I have heard of boys with genital injuries getting castrated in order to seek opportunities in roles where eunuchs are in demand, as they would not have done otherwise). Turtle Fan (talk) 05:02, November 21, 2015 (UTC)