Are Women Human? is a blog about issues of gender and sexuality in Christian communities, and broader social justice issues in the church. AWH? exists to create greater awareness about the oppression of marginalized groups in Christian churches, provide a safe space where people can safely discuss their experiences in the church, and be a voice for greater equality and justice in the church.
AWH? is run by Tope Fadiran (better known as Grace or T.F. Charlton to readers), a former evangelical Christian, recovering academic, spouse, and parent. She’s also a writer and commentator on media and culture from a black, Nigerian American, queer feminist perspective. Say hi to her on Twitter at @graceishuman or get in touch via email at tope[DOT]fadiran [AT] gmail.
KiriAmaya is a former evangelical, atheist, disabled trans woman and a contributor to AWH. She hopes to use her experience and insight into evangelicalism to bring a new perspective to this blog, to push back against anti-queer abuse, and to give help and support to those hurt by and recovering from it. Kiri also blogs at Kiri 4.0.