Women in Theology: Theology of Whose Body?: Sexual Complementarity, Intersexuality, and Our Lady of Guadalupe

The central problem with the magisterial theory of sexual complementarity is not that it asserts that bodies matter, (they do), or its claim that motherhood and fatherhood embody parenthood differently, (they do). Instead, the problem is that the theory of sexual complementarity imposes a certain construal of sexual difference upon persons without sufficient consideration of lived experience.

An excellent post on Women in Theology, worth a full read.

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