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The removal of the datu system of localized governance affected babaylanship.
Four decades of American occupation saw the promulgation and regulation of sexuality through a modernized mass media and a standardized academic learning.
In the classical era of the country, prior to Spanish occupation, the people of the states and barangays within the archipelago accepted homosexuality.
Homosexuals actually had a role of a babaylan, or a local spiritual leader who was holder of science, arts, and literature.
This has led to the rise of the cause for LGBT rights, defined as the right to equality and non-discrimination. They were the spiritual leaders of the Filipino communities, tasked with responsibilities pertaining to rituals, agriculture, science, medicine, literature and other forms of knowledge that the community needed.
Furthered by the growing influence of Western biomedicine, it conceived a specific sexological consciousness in which the "homosexual" was perceived and discriminated as a pathological or sick identity.
Filipino homosexuals eventually identified to this oppressive identity and began engaging in projects of inversion, as the disparity of homo and hetero entrenched and became increasingly salient in the people's psychosexual logic.
The role of the babaylan was mostly associated with females, but male babaylans also existed.
Early historical accounts record the existence of male babaylans that wore female clothes and took the demeanor of a woman. Being male or female was based primarily on occupation, appearance, actions and sexuality.
In the absence of the datu of the community, the babaylans, homosexual or not, were also made as leaders of the community.