The Gospel of Jessica Christ: The Incarnation (John 1:14)

Playing off the language of the NT (in the KJV), I’ve taken certain passages from the four gospels and put them into gender reversal (just to see what happens). I’ve also inserted a word firecracker here and there to add some additional surprises to these otherwise familiar texts. Turning Jesus into Jessica somehow invigorates the old story for me, and makes it edgy and interesting again.

What say you?

Below is “The Incarnation” passage for my gender reversal version of the gospel.


The Incarnation (John 1:14)

And the Womb was made flesh, and dwelt

among us, (and we beheld her glory, the

glory as of the only begotten of the Mother,)

full of grace and emptiness.


Like the idea? More gospel passages in gender reversal here.

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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