Yeah, ummm, not exactly. Note that Jesus describes 3 kinds of 'eunuchs'. The first are those born with a defect, the second are those castrated, the third are the ones who reamin celibate for the kingdom of heaven.
I am aware of the modern spin.
Your spin claims Jesus switched gears in mid-sentence, and the term "eunuch" suddenly became the word "celibate.
But some of your early Church fathers believed what Jesus said and became eunuchs for the Kingdom of Heaven.
Now you and others are saying they were confused about what Jesus meant and these Church fathers became eunuchs for nothing.
Word games. Unless you can show us how the translation of "eunuch" and "celibate" could be confused -- like "brother" and "cousin" maybe.