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Buddhadharma : Winter 2010
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly winter 2 0 10 44 seen whether they will move toward supporting these women teachers, or whether they’ll still prefer the traditional male patriarchs. Buddhadharma: At what point is it more useful to step outside of existing Buddhist organizations and set up new ones based on leadership styles and models that are more supportive of women as teachers and senior students, and where women aren’t looking to men for approval? Lama PaLden droLma: Well, some of us have done that. I’ve certainly done that—my whole organizational model for Sukhasiddhi is different than the traditional male models. It’s a much more inclusive, collaborative, and loving model than some of the more samurai-style models from the past. Buddhadharma: Maybe we need more of that? Christina FeLdman: We have changed the model, and that has been an important part of the translation of the dharma into photos: a. JeSSe Jiryu daviS