Talking Taboo Paperback
American Christian Women Get Frank About Faith
by Enuma Okoro; Erin Lane;
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The latest book in the "I Speak For Myself" series addresses the experiences of faith, gender, and identity that remain taboo for American Christian Women Under 40. Is it our desire to remain childless in a Catholic tradition that largely defines women by their ability to reproduce? Is it our struggle with pornography in an evangelical subculture that addresses it only as the temptation of unsatisfied men? From masturbation, miscarriage, and menstruation to ordination, co-habitation, and immigration, this collection of essays explores the most provocative topics of faith left largely unspoken in 21st century American faith life. For women and their partners, faith leaders and their members, historians and their students, this book documents the voices of young Christian women and their refusal to be silent any longer.
Talking Taboo by Enuma Okoro; Erin Lane was published by White Cloud Press in October 2013. The ISBN for Talking Taboo is 9781935952862.
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|Page last updated||24th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Enuma Okoro; Erin Lane|
|Publisher||White Cloud Press (October 2013)|
|Number of Pages||264|