Omnigender: a trans-religious approach
Pilgrim Press, 2007 - 223 páginas
"In Omnigender, winner of a Lambda Literary Award, Mollenkott bridges traditional religious doctrine and secular postmodern theory related to gender. Through an examination of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures and church history, and the exploration of other religions and cultures, she honors the experiences of people who do not fit within the traditional binary concept of gender: intersexual, transsexual, or otherwise transgendered individuals. This revised and expanded edition includes a new section on the sexuality of Jesus, updated factual information, and insights from more than 36 recent sources."--BOOK JACKET.
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