Wiki had this under Christian Feminism:
Feminine or Gender-transcendent God
Christian feminists believe that gender equality within the church cannot be achieved without rethinking the portrayal and understanding of God as a masculine being. The theological concept of Sophia, usually seen as replacing the Holy Spirit in the Trinity, is often used to fulfill this desire for symbols which reflect women's religious experiences. How Sophia is configured is not static, but usually filled with emotions and individual expression. For some Christian feminists, the Sophia concept is found in a search for women who reflect contemporary feminist ideals in both the Old and New Testament. Some figures co-opted for this purpose include the Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene, Eve, and Esther. Others see God as entirely gender-transcendent or focus on the feminine aspects of God and Jesus
These are not exact or well defined answers. Then again, any religion that offers exact answers is probably one that most of us would just as soon stay away from.
EDIT: Drane, I like your post.
Very Amateur Theologian, Bruce Chris
"Christianity is not about what you believe, it is about how you treat other people; - with God's love"