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This book considers the situation of intersex people who have faced erasure in the areas of science, law, culture, and theology due to the assumption that all humans are either 'female' or 'male.'
"Budwey comprehensively and authoritatively orients readers to recent developments in legal and theological accounts of diverse sex. Intersex people's voices are always centred. The analysis of intersex's liturgical erasure is a particularly powerful challenge to Christian communities." - Susannah Cornwall, Professor of Constructive Theologies, University of Exeter, UK "Budwey demonstrates the importance of intersex people and the detriment of their erasure through ethnographic research, bringing to life the polyvocality of intersex Christians that creates conditions for a tangible move beyond the gender binary to(ward) the materiality of polymorphism. This research establishes a theology of liturgy of the everyday, encouraging the deepest, most radical flourishing for intersex people and their freedom to participate fully in the work of the people; a literal liturgical expression of sexual difference." - Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, Visiting Professor, Duke Divinity School, Durham, USA "In this terrific resource Budwey's ethnographic research allows many who are polymorphic to 'speak' about how they are traumatized, mutilated, excluded and erased by sexual and gender dimorphism. Their voices inform contemporary efforts to establish a more inclusive sexual paradigm for biblical interpretation, Christian ethics, pastoral care and worship." - Patricia Beattie Jung, Professor of Christian Ethics, Saint Paul School of Theology, USA