Dancing Theology in Fetish Boots is an intriguing collection of mismatched elements that sheds new light on sexuality, gender and race in religious locations.
The professionalization of feminism in the academy has often meant further exclusion and disenfranchisement for many marginalized women, as their experiences are often treated as abstract material for term papers, theses and graduate courses instead of the stuff of their everyday lives.
“Do you fill the time with negative nervousness or with reverence, mindfulness and joy?” Witmer asks.
“The absolute limit of what bourgeois feminism can offer us is terminal exhaustion and a cupboard full of beautiful shoes.”
If the Grey’s creative team does make the decision to terminate the non-traditional parenting relationship between Mark, Callie and Arizona, it represents a tremendous missed opportunity and a loss for queer representation on television.
It is precisely by controlling our reproductive ability that we preserve the possibility for sex to be something more than pure animality, a way to glorify our love and God’s creation.
Both of these books demonstrate the vitality of transsexual, transgender and genderqueer writings in the present day, as well as some of the ongoing political tensions between various groups in the trans umbrella.
When we think about royal weddings, a prince and his male partner or a princess and her female partner are still far from the imagination of our popular culture.
Even though they’re miserable hookers we need to not judge them or say anything else they won’t like
Catholic extremists never seem to remember that Leviticus is in the Old Testament.