I've lived as a man & a woman — here's what I learned

If you’re a man, at one point or another you’ve probably thought to yourself, “I will never understand women!” And if you’re a woman, “what’s wrong with men?!” But your gender is all you’ve ever known, so how could you understand? As a transgender woman, Paula Stone Williams has lived on both sides, “and the differences are massive!” In this funny and insightful talk, Paula shares her wisdom for all.

Paula Stone Williams

Reverend Dr. Paula Stone Williams is the president of RLT Pathways, Inc., a non-profit providing counseling and coaching services. She works with the Center for Progressive Renewal, serves on the board of the Gay Christian Network, and is an active member at Highlands Church in Denver. She has been featured in articles in the New York Times, The Denver Post, Colorado Public Radioand is a blogger for The Huffington Post. She is an avid runner and mountain biker with three children and five granddaughters.

What sparks your curiosity?

I am most curious about people who choose to take the road less traveled by.

What inspires awe and fascination for you?

I am in awe of nature, and fascinated by its most challenging species – humans.

Hobbies / Passions / Fun Facts

I am an avid runner and mountain biker with three children and five granddaughters, all between the ages of 6 and 9.