1. Strategies for a Feminist Revalorization of Buddhism.
2. Orientations to Buddhism: Approaches, Basics, and Contours.
II. TOWARD AN ACCURATE AND USABLE PAST: A FEMINIST Sketch OF Buddhist History:
3. Why Bother? What is an Accurate and Usable past Good for?
4. Sakyadhita, Daughters of the Buddha: Roles and Images of Women in Early Indian Buddhism.
5. Do Innate Female Traits and Characteristics Exist?
Roles and Images of Women in Indian Mahayana Buddhism.
6. The Feminine Principle: Roles and Images of Women in Indian and Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism.
7. Conclusions: Heroines and Tokens.
III. "THE Dharma IS NEITHER MALE NOR FEMALE": A FEMINIST ANALYSIS OF KEY CONCEPTS IN BUDDHISM:
8. Resources for a Buddhist Feminism.
9. Setting the Stage: Presuppositions of the Buddhist Worldview.
10. Strategies for a Feminist Analysis of Key Buddhist Concepts.
11. Gender and Egolessness: Feminist Comments on Basic Buddhist Teachings'.
12. Gender and Emptiness: Feminist Comments on Mahayana Teachings.
13. Gender and Buddha-Nature: Feminist Comments on Third Turning Teachings and the Vajrayana.
IV. THE DHARMA IS BOTH FEMALE AND MALE: TOWARD AN ANDROGYNOUS RECONSTRUCTION OF BUDDHISM:
14. Verdicts and Judgments: Looking Backward; Looking Forward.
15. Androgynous Institutions: Issues for Lay, Monastic and Yogic Practitioners.
16. Androgynous View: New Concerns in Verbalizing the Dharma:
i. "I Go for Refuge to the Sangha": Relationship and Enlightenment.
ii. Sacred Outlook and Everyday Life.
iii. Spiritual Discipline: Vision and Transcendence in Remaking the World.