March 3, 2014 / Theology
Amanda Barbee on how the purity movement cloaks female sexuality in silence and shame, stunting women in their growth as sexual beings and causing long-lasting psychological and spiritual damage.
Amanda Barbee recently graduated from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology with an MA in theology and culture. Her graduate work focused primarily on Christianity and sexuality, with a particular emphasis on women and LGBTQ persons. She is currently working toward a career as a writer and lecturer on women's sexuality within the church.