RELG-323 Sexual Ethics
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Ethics in Religion | Gender and Sexuality | History of Religions of Western Origin | Inequality and Stratification | Other Arts and Humanities | Politics and Social Change | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
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This paper utilizes different analyses of scripture to argue that a binary gender system is not inherent in Christianity. Contemporary societal norms placed onto Christianity contribute to the oppression of women and those in LGBTQ+ communities.
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Froehling, Alyssa. "“Man, Don’t Feel Like a Woman”: Christian Scriptural Interpretations, the Binary Gender System, and How They Can Lead to Misogyny and Homophobia" (2017). Mary Wollstonecraft Writing Award.
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