Be in Manhattan and, if at all possible, have plans and credentials to attend sessions at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
As you prepare for the day, put on a dress with a clerical collar and knee-high red leather boots.
Leave your hotel room early in the morning and walk up Lexington Avenue, in search of coffee, before the first session begins.
Note the odd looks that people give you (when they don’t completely ignore you, as do most New Yorkers), and remember what you are wearing. Breathe in, breathe out. Note that it takes more energy than it should to be a walking contradiction. Plan to go to bed earlier tonight as a…