In a real world, is it bad for a man to be emasculated?

In a real world, is it bad for a man to be emasculated?

in this century current society, or it has their Pros and Cons for a man to be enmasculated or there is nothing good about it. Im talking in this current society. I even heard comments I dont know where, and one of those comments came from a woman said: "Straight men need to me enmasculate. Im sorry They all need to be slapped around. Women have been kept down for too long. Every straight guy should have a man`s tongue in his mouth at least once".

Another quote I foind on the net says this:" Todays empowered woman wants a loving relationship with a "real man" and the first thing they want to do is emasculate him"

There is a case in a upcoming movie about lets say heroes, there are women and men in those heroes. In the movie the strong and powerful person is the woman, not the man the woman is the one with power to take over men. And the leading character who is a man is a a charming and flirtatious guy but he does not have the super heroe persona in fact the actor who played the character asked the producers of the film to let his character be emasculated make the woman to be the lead, to be the stronger one, not the man. So for that particular fact, some people (specially men) won't go and watch the movie, just because men can't accept being emasculated by a woman. This particular actor like his characters to be that way, let the woman be in control, or at least be the man the one who is in "distress" and be saved by a woman because the eternal society norm is always "a man saving and protecting the woman and be the heroe, and not the other way around so some fans say "ohh he must be gay or a chicken, or a girl, then"

isn't that sexist? I mean do men need to be always the powerful and strong and protective human being? Why can't a woman be the same? Are women not capable? Im jsut asking questions as to why is not good or bad for a man to be emasculated.

In a real world, is it bad for a man to be emasculated?
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