3 edition of Sex/gender found in the catalog.
|Series||The Routledge Series integrating science and culture|
|LC Classifications||HQ1075 .F387 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415881456, 9780415881463, 9780203127971|
|LC Control Number||2011040011|
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Sex, Gender, and Christian Ethics demonstrates the significant contribution the Christian moral tradition can make to these vitally important questions.
Cahill’s careful scholarship, insightful treatment of the Christian tradition, and rich feminist consciousness guarantees her book a central place in such discussions.’Cited by: Sex and Gender: Christian Ethical Reflections contains some of Sex/gender book subject's most important analyses in recent decades.
The collection covers a wide range of topics: same-sex marriage, sexual minorities and biblical interpretation, sex and power, sexual harassment and sexual abuse, HIV/AIDS and prevention strategy, the military and masculinities, mobile porn and sexting.
FREE WOMEN, FREE MEN Sex, Gender, Feminism By Camille Paglia Illustrated. pages. Pantheon. $ “One test of un homme sérieux,” Christopher Hitchens wrote, “is that it is possible to. In the '70s, books like Free to Be You and Me and Oliver Buttons is a Sissy addressed binary sex-based gender roles, not by challenging the idea of them — that one’s genetalia determines one's.
These writers are embracing a more elastic literary form — the novel — and a number of recent works, often genre-bending as well as gender Author: Peter Haldeman.
Gender, sex, and gender identity are hot topics today, with much debate about how they should define us as human beings. Judith Butler's influential book Gender Trouble.
Gender tends to denote the social and cultural role of each sex within a given society. Rather than being purely assigned by genetics, as sex differences generally are. Although the book acknowledges same-sex relationships and parenthood (“Some families have two mommies, some have two daddies”), it does not mention or acknowledge gender fluidity or.
Through this exchange, Eve continues to position herself as inferior to Adam, portraying a female gender role of subservience. Previous section Sin and Death Next section Book I, lines 1–26 Popular pages: Paradise Lost.