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Lu Tongyin, author of Misogyny, Cultural Nihilism & Oppositional Politics: Contemporary Chinese Experimental Fiction, said "a clear-cut dichotomy between heterosexuality and homosexuality did not exist in traditional China." Same-gender love can sometimes be difficult to differentiate in Classical Chinese because the pronouns he and she were not distinguished.And like many East and Southeast Asian languages, Chinese does not have grammatical gender.Although Taoist alchemy regarded heterosexual sex, without ejaculation, as a way of maintaining a male's "life essence", homosexual intercourse was seen as "neutral", because the act has no detrimental or beneficial effect on a person's life essence.In a similar way to Buddhism, Taoist schools sought throughout history to define what would be sexual misconduct.Confucianism, being primarily a social and political philosophy, focused little on sexuality, whether homosexual or heterosexual.However, the ideology did emphasize male friendships, and Louis Crompton has argued that the "closeness of the master-disciple bond it fostered may have subtly facilitated homosexuality".In 2001, homosexuality was removed from the official list of mental illnesses in China.In a survey by the organization Work For LGBT of 18,650 lesbians, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, 3% of the males surveyed and 6% of the female surveyed described themselves as "completely out".
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Lesbians usually call themselves lazi (Chinese: The political ideologies, philosophies, and religions of ancient China regarded homosexual relationships as a normal facet of life, and in some cases, promoted homosexual relationships as exemplary.
Ming Dynasty literature, such as Bian Er Chai (弁而釵/弁而钗), portrays homosexual relationships between men as enjoyable relationships.
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Opposition to homosexuality, according to the study by Hinsch, did not become firmly established in China until the 19th and 20th centuries, through the Westernization efforts of the late Qing Dynasty and early Republic of China.