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Homosexuality in ancient Egypt is a passionately disputed subject within Egyptology : historians and egyptologists alike debate what kind of view the ancient Egyptians' society fostered about homosexuality. Only a handful of direct hints still survive and many possible indications are only vague and offer plenty of room for speculation.
In Talmudic literature, the ancient Egyptians are known for their liberal sexual lifestyles and are often used as the prime example of sexual debauchery. Rashi describes an Egyptian practice for women to have multiple husbands. Maimonides refers to lesbianism as "the acts of Egypt". While polyandry and lesbianism are characteristics of the ancient Egyptians, male-male homosexual relationships are usually attributed to Sodom , Gomorrah , and Amalek.