Religion, Sex, and Gender: Unlikely Bedfellows? Religion is often thought to be at odds with claims about gender, sex, and sexuality – regarding free sexual expression or choices, the exercise of sexual/gender rights, and the flourishing of people who are marginalised in some way by their gender or sexuality.However, as we have seen throughout this last section of the course, religion and religious discourses are often used both personally and politically (e.g. by those who are NOT in positions of established authority within the religious tradition) to assert rights, freedoms, and demands which relate to gender and sexuality. We have seen how religion and religious discourses provide ways for people to articulate and fight for these rights/freedoms/demands (or even to reframe the question of rights and freedoms entirely, which Mahmood seems to suggest we could do); we have explored the relationship between sexual and religious freedom in law to consider how asserting religious freedom does not historically and legally entail denying sexual freedom; and we have looked at women’s roles in religious traditions and rituals that don’t necessarily incite patriarchal gender divides. For this blog, select two examples from this section of the course (From the attached readings) to argue this point: that although the relationship between religion, gender, and sexuality is often understood as a negative or repressive one, religious discourses can also be used to bolster and support gender and sexual freedoms, needs, or aspirations. You may interpret, adapt, or extend this question to encompass your own ideas, and you should refine your thesis statement in relation to the sources you have chosen and the direction you are taking. *use a minimum of three academic sources for your argument, two of which must come from the assigned course readings. Additional sources may come from other courses at McGill or from your own outside research. *You must also include some sort of creative element in your blog: an image that supports your argument or helps situate it, OR a link to a different source such as news, comment, or culture, OR a video/ sound clip. You may, of course, use more than one of these – but not as a replacement for one of the three required academic sources. *The outline should include the following components: tentative title for the blog a clear and concisely stated main idea / thesis an outline of the argument being made to support your main idea a list of the minimum three academic sources you will draw upon for this assignment (at least 2 academic texts from the course). *Readings; * Collins, Steven. “The body in Theravada Buddhist monasticism.” Religion and the Body. ed. Sarah Coakley. Cambridge University Press, 1997. *Laidlaw, James. Riches and Renunciation: Religion, Economy, and Society among the Jains. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995. pp. 1-7; 151-172 *Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, “Theorizing Resurgence from within Nishnaabeg Thought,” Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-creation, Resurgence and a New Emergence (Winnipeg: Arneiter Ring Pub., 2011), 31-48 *Saba Mahmood, ‘Agency, Gender, and Embodiment” Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject(Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012), 153-188
THE COMPANY I CHOSE IS ATTACHED ALONG WITH THE QUESTIONS!!!!!!
THE COMPANY I CHOSE IS ATTACHED ALONG WITH THE QUESTIONS!!!!!! Using the healthcare organization you identified in the Week 2 activity, use the- Strayer Library