On October 26, more than 60 women in Saudi Arabia got behind the wheels of cars to protest the kingdom’s ban on women driving, despite the threats of arrest. In contrast, I’d just gotten back from performing my one-woman show, How To Draw A Nekkid Man, in Nashville, first at Amy Grant’s “A Tennessee Weekend,” and next at Vanderbilt University. Two women hired me to perform my show — one, a multi-Grammy winning singer/songwriter; the other, a PhD holding associate dean at a major university who teaches in the Gender Studies department. I was hired to tell my story of self-discovery — on a stage, in front of large groups of men and women — that deals with, among other things, women’s issues. In the meantime, Saudi Arabian women are risking jail time so they can finally DRIVE A CAR.