When I was in college I used to go spelunking with four friends. Carter Caves State Park was near my Kentucky home and we explored the dark tributaries of its caves. Three of us did not weigh an ounce over 150 pounds, but our fourth friend had the bearing of a offensive tackle. The rest of us could wriggle through narrow openings into fascinating interior caverns while he was left alone on the other side of the divide.
That is how I felt at the She Is Called conference in Denver. Capped at 50 attendees, the conference was focused on women in leadership. For me, the highlights included a session on sex and power led by Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers, and Jen Jepsen’s talk on her awakening to white privilege. I assisted in one conversation on Thursday and gave the keynote address on Friday evening.
Though women never treat…
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