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What are the gender or cultural implications of Daoism/Taoism?

I can’t seem to find any sources online. :{ Please help!
Irate Aten, we weren’t assigned any reading. It’s a research essay for my AP World History class, a class that isn’t for little girls.

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  1. Chinese elderly priest usually are the ones who run the temples because they are usually highly sophisticated to the teachings of Tao Li Zing. My answer could be wrong because Tao also said that thier is no eternal answer that can be spoken.

  2. 42:2 All things carry yin and embrace yang.
    By blending these two breaths, they achieve balance.
    43:1 The softest thing in the universe can overcome the hardest thing.
    That which has no substance can penetrate where there is no space.
    61:1 A large country is like the female of the world.
    It is like the delta of a river.
    61:2 The female overcomes the male by submission.
    She places herself beneath him.
    You know the yin/yang symbol? Which is on top?
    Like an Escher print, perspective changes perception.

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