Tag: sex

On who needs men and why.

This morning I was sent an article from The New York Times’ opinion pages entitled “Men, Who Needs Them?” You might think the title is a hook, but no. It’s more of a rhetorical question, because according to the author, Greg Hampikian, the answer is, “Increasingly, no one.” As in, men are unnecessary to humanity. Reasons? …

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On genderedness of God

I recently realized that, when we make it a point to note God’s unfathomability and universality, we tend to speak of God as “genderless.” I’ve touched on this in an earlier post on personal pronouns. We do this – speak of God as genderless – in conversations that emphasize the equality of men and women; …

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