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Rachel Mann (born 27 February 1970) is a British Anglican priest, poet and feminist theologian. She is Priest-in-Charge at the Church of St Nicholas, Burnage, Manchester as well as Resident Poet at Manchester Cathedral. She is a transwoman who writes, speaks and broadcasts on a wide range of topics including gender, sexuality and religion.
- ↑ Interview with Faith in Feminism
- ↑ Rachel Mann interviewed in OutNorthWest Magazine June/July 2013