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In China, women dressing up like men has become a more common sight and more accepted by society in recent years.
That’s in part thanks to pop idol Li Yuchun, dubbed the mother of the unisex look in China.
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“I ask them to reply every We Chat and Weibo message,” says Zhou.
“They need to show gratitude [to fans].” 21-year-old Lu, captain of Acrush, says some female fans send love letters to her, but “of course I won’t like fans back.” She says the company doesn’t allow her to discuss her own or her teammates’ sexual orientations.
After Li won the nationwide talent show “Super Girl” in 2005, more boyish girls popped up on TV, but none of them became superstars like Li.
China’s talent agents have been talking about forming an androgynous band for years ever since Li’s success, Zhou says, but few women wanted to take the risk.