Resources: Transgender

Quick Reads

Hero, Jakob. “Do We Really Need that T? Trans-inclusion in Communities of Faith,” Gender Identity and our Faith Communities (Human Rights Campaign, 2008).

Kristan, Ari.  "Opening Up the Mikvah," Tikkun Magazine, 2005. Keshet.

Kukla, Rabbi Elliot Rose and Reuben Zellman. “Created by the Hand of Heaven: Making Space for Intersex Jews.” TransTorah.

Mollenkott, Virginia Ramey. “Seven Reasons Why Congregations Should Embrace Their Transgender Members,” Gender Identity and our Faith Communities (Human Rights Campaign, 2008).

Bookmarks

Intersex Society of North America. http://www.isna.org/

National Center for Transgender Equality. http://www.nctequality.org/

TransFaith Online. http://www.transfaithonline.org/

TranSpiritual. http://www.transpiritual.com/index.html

Downloads

Glaser, Rev. Chris, ed. Gender Identity and Our Faith Communities: A Congregational Guide for Transgender Advocacy. Human Rights Campaign.

Kukla, Rabbi Elliot Rose and Reuben Zellman. “Making Your Jewish Congregation or Community More Transgender Friendly” (pamphlet). TransTorah, January 2007.

More Light on Transgender,” More Light Presbyterians.

Swenson, Rev. Dr. Erin. “Pastoral Care in Transgender Experience.” 

transACTION: A Transgender Curriculum for Churches and Religious Institutions. Institute for Welcoming Resources, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

References

Cook, Ann Thompson. Made in God’s Image: A Resource for Dialogue about the Church and Gender Differences (Transgender and Intersex). Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton United Methodist Church.

Mollenkott, Virginia Ramey. Omnigender: A Trans-Religious Approach. Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, 2001.

Tanis, Justin. Transgendered: Theology, Ministry and Communities of Faith. Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, 2003.