What roles do odd and transgender family line dramatic work in the person diasporic religions? Queering american unworldly Traditions: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Participation in African-Inspired Traditions in the Americas is a groundbreaking erudite geographic expedition of this long-neglected subject. It offers clear intuition into the hard dynamics of sexuality and sexual orientation, humans and deities, and group and ethnicity, within these extravagantly nuanced unworldly practices.
Queering Creole Spiritual Traditions: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Participation in African-Inspired Traditions in the Americas by Randy P. Conner
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Queering creole spiritual traditions : lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender participation in African-inspired traditions in the Americas / Randy P. Conner ; with David Hatfield Sparks. - GW Libraries
Creole spiritual traditions : a bird's-eye looking at -- Sexual and gender complexity in Yorùbáland? -- past possible someone influences -- contingent indigenous influences of the Western neural structure -- Lwa of Vodou -- Orishás of Yorùbá-diasporic spiritual traditions -- intoxicant of Brazil -- Divine horses -- Masisi and Madivin -- dogmatism in the Vodou world organization -- A bridge of the spirits -- Adés, ekedes, and others -- Practitioners of Lucumí/Santería and connate religions -- Drag queens, transgender persons, transsexuals -- Prohibitions and discrimination within Yorùbá-diasporic and united communities -- prophecy and explanation -- Challenges and transformations -- Relationships and ceremonies of union -- HIV/AIDS, Afro ashé, and odô yá -- Notions of human in African-inspired spiritual traditions -- Practioners of Vodou -- Practitioners of Lucumí/Santería/Regla de Ocha, and other Cuban- and Puerto Rican-linked traditions -- Practitioners of Candomblé and added south american country traditions -- Practitioners of Orishá reverence, the Ifá tradition, and bridge-builders -- Literature -- Music -- optical arts.