[E–pub New] Omnigender A Trans Religious Approach by Virginia Ramey Mollenkott
O the conflating she constantly does between sexual orientation and gender identity to over reaching in extreme ways to read transgender identities into the bible on and on this book identity to over reaching in extreme ways to read transgender identities into the bible on and on this book really just poorly done poorly argued and just plain horrible which is a shame because the good things she had to say were veiled by her inappropriate terminology and methodology i am highly disappointed Part of the problem A coerência textual for me reading this book is that I am uninterested in trying to justify things through religion Ieel like if you need to suare the way you are with your religion then there is something wrong with the religion That being said I guess that the discussion of shamanism and its ties to transgender theory were if not particularly interesting then at least well stated Write Your Novel!: Tips from a Bestseller fascinating theory of gender conceptualized as a christian identity iind that this theory its 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.
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"VISION SHE SUGGESTS AN AMAZING BOOK "she suggests An amazing book wanted to like this And I had been wanting to read this or a long time But it was not well argued It Was Not Well Thought Out And was not well thought out and not respect trans people My understanding Leslie Feinber is the zhe likes to be refered to as zhe or hir not she or him Drove me crazy Oh well much better books out there than this one I ve liked Mollenkott s writing in the past and was excited to Revenge of the Land: A Century of Greed, Tragedy, and Murder on a Saskatchewan Farm find Trans theologyrom her perspective especially since I assumed she was Trans or gender non confirming but she doesn t label herself confirming but she doesn t label herself way in the book And she consistently conflating sexual and gender identity in this book which is confusing given my other experience with her writing This looks interesting especially with the work I ve been doing on religion and religious pronouns i pretty much hated this book April 16th: Virginia Tech Remembers from beginning to endrom the act that mollenkott as a emale identified lesbian really has no right to be talking about transgender issues or calling herself trans Ian scriptures and church history and the exploration of other religions and cultures the author honors the experiences of people who do not it with the traditional binary concept of gender inters. .
If you came here looking or a trans centric reading of the Bible or a transgender theology or even a book on trans religious approaches this book is not or you For a book headed with a trans religious approach there is VERY LITTLE on trans persons The author reconceptualizes the category trans in a strange way that includes any gender non CONFORMITY INCLUDING BISEXUAL GAY AND CIS PEOPLE AS SUCH including bisexual gay and cis people As such at one point calls herself trans even though identifying as a The Habitat Guide to Birding female lesbian who is cis Even then the religious approachocuses on Christianity and pays lip service the a Space Kid few others with very little scholarly interactionWhat results is a book that is mostly historical where you can just read some Feinberg Also this is uite clearly dated and the omnigender moniker doesn t work very well in the aim at inclusivity she ends up doing what she says she intends not to do that is era Readable and helpfully distilledor newcomers to gender studies I Circumstantial Evidence: Death, Life, and Justice in a Southern Town found her optimism both encouraging and somewhat out of touch however I would have appreciatedurther. This is a revised and expanded edition of Omnigender This book
bridges traditional religious doctrine and secular postmodern theory related to gender Through an examination of the Hebrew and Christ. traditional religious doctrine and secular postmodern theory related to gender Through an examination of the Hebrew and Christ.