The book gives me real joy. To read the book is like looking at the mirror in two ways: Western Europeans have neglected their bodies and how they are struggling with the same issues. The book confronts me with Asians creative discourse about body and sexuality. The quilt that was made in EWA 1 was … Continue reading Review of Body and Sexuality-Theological and Pastoral Perspectives of Women in Asia, by Lieve Troch
Body and Sexuality is a path-finding volume, which breaks the silence of a long-held taboo. Based on the papers from the second conference of Ecclesia of Women in Asia held in Yogyakarta in November 2004, the anthology provides much needed insights for Asian Christian women to affirm their body and dignity. It makes significant contributions to Asian feminist theology and is a valuable resource for churches, clergy, seminarians, and pastoral workers who are working for women’s emancipation and liberation.