So I'm doing some work with another member of A|N and we're doing some research on the intersection of gender, feminism and faithlessness. I've come up with a (very rough, very ugly) typology sort of piece about how feminists are religious (or not). It is based mostly on my own experiences and observations as well as some of the trends I've noticed in research about feminism and religion.
This very rough typology can be found as a google doc here:
I would appreciate it if any of ya'll with an interest look into it, tell me what categories I'm forgetting or what aspects need tweaking or if I'm just plain doing it wrong. Also, if you have ideas about how to integrate non-Abrahamic religions (i.e. not Judaism, Christianity or Islam) I'd be delighted to hear them so I can figure out how to include them.
Edit: I've been editing the doc based on input I've received from several arenas. So make sure to check back!
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