Like in many other western and non-western societies, public sentiment on homosexuality in China sits within a liminal space. This suggests that the 'perverseness' attached to homosexuality in mainland China is not purely informed by a biological discourse, but, depending on the circumstances, can also be informed by accepted notions of cultural and social legitimacy. Though no large statues are known to still exist, many hand scrolls and paintings on silk can be found in private collections. The work appeared in a single edition some time between and He and fellow scholar-bureaucrat Yuan Zhen made plans to retire together as Taoist recluses once they had saved enough funds, but Yuan's death kept that dream from being fulfilled. And like many East and Southeast Asian languages, Chinese does not have grammatical gender. It is supposed that most such works have been purged in the periodic book burnings that have been a feature of Chinese history.
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