There’s some things about the English language that just need to be junked. Done away with completely. The whole “who/whom” thing is one of them, for example. Why bother with “whom” unless you’re trying to show-off? “Who” works perfectly fine.
One bit of dross our language would do well to toss is the recently acquired habit of putting “man-“ or “male-“ in front of certain things. Man-purse, man-crush, man-whore, man-cave, man-ass, man-boobs, male nurse, male prostitute, male model; all these need to go away.
Why? First, they’re redundant. If someone is male, and works as a nurse, they are a nurse. You don’t need to specify they are a male nurse. If you see, and I’m picking entirely at random here, Zac Effron’s ass, you don’t need to describe it as “man-ass”, when you can simply describe it as
Second, frankly, it’s rather twee. It smacks of people being rather cutesy. It’s also pretentious, though not as bad as, say, The Matrix Series.
Ultimately we don’t need these prefixes. There’s no point to the, and we’d be well done to get rid of them.