By Gabrielle McCulloch on Stuff…

Sandi Hall​​ stands – a sandwich board strapped over her shoulders with duct tape – in the car park of Auckland’s St Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral.

In one hand, she holds a large stack of flyers and written over her chest is a question: Is God male?

Hall is a self-proclaimed “feminist revolutionary” and she’s on a one-woman-mission to change the way church leaders talk about God.

“I’m quite prepared to take everything from street action to massive rally action to achieve that kind of change,” she said.

Hall’s plans are grand. She envisions women in all corners of the globe taking to the streets to challenge “sexist language in the Catholic Church”.

In Aotearoa, faith leaders have been creating space for people of all genders to see themselves reflected in liturgy for decades.

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