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Gender Heretics : Evangelicals, Feminists, and the Alliance against Trans Liberation

Gender Heretics : Evangelicals, Feminists, and the Alliance against Trans Liberation

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Rebecca Jane Morgan
Exposes and explains the unlikely alliance between Evangelical Christians and anti-transgender feminists

‘Compellingly explains the anti-trans alliance of radical feminists and conservative evangelicals. Intellectually rich yet accessible’ Pippa Catterall, Professor, University of Westminster and Chair of AIDS Memory UK

‘We live in a time when anti-trans politics is becoming increasingly dehumanising and dangerous. Reading this illuminating book will help the open-minded, open-hearted Christian reader hear, encounter, and love their trans neighbours. I learned much from this book’ David P. Gushee, Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics, Mercer University

For decades, conservative evangelicals and so-called gender critical feminists have worked hand-in-hand to oppose trans liberation. But how did this alliance come about? What makes it tick? And how can trans people and allies respond?

In Gender Heretics, Rebecca Jane Morgan tackles this reactionary alliance head on. With unique insight, she explores how theological arguments snaked their way from anti-trans feminist tracts into the everyday practices of evangelical churches today, and how the unlikely alliance remains strong in spite of seemingly irreconcilable worldviews. 

Shedding light on the roots of today’s transphobic backlash, she provides crucial tools to overcome it, offering a hopeful way forward for Christians and advocating for a full recalibration of evangelical thought on gender identity and trans activism.

Rebecca Jane Morgan is a transfeminist and evangelical Christian, a historian of modern Britain, popular culture, and queer identities. 

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