Omnigender: A Trans-religious Approach

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Pilgrim Press, 2001 - Social Science - 198 pages
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User Review  - Roz - Goodreads

fascinating theory of gender conceptualized as a christian identity. i find that this theory fits everyday real life expressions of gender as a pastiche as opposed to a dichotomy soley based on chromosomes. but thats why she's a legend in those circles lol this bitch is prolific Read full review

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User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

Readable and helpfully distilled for newcomers to gender studies. I found her optimism both encouraging and somewhat out of touch, however. I would have appreciated further treatment of obstacles to implementing the vision she suggests. Read full review

Contents

INJUSTICES OF THE BIGENDER SYSTEM
29
TRANSGENDER INEQUITIES
38
JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY ON CREATION
81
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About the author (2001)

Virginia Ramey Mollenkott is actively retired after forty-four years of universityteaching where she specialized in Milton and seventeenth-century poetry.A pioneerfeminist and LGBTQ activist, Dr. Mollenkott has published hundreds ofarticles and numerous books, most recently the updated versions of her groundbreakingworks Omnigender and Sensuous Spirituality. She leads workshops atchurches and retreat centers, including Kirkridge in Bangor, Pennsylvania.

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