Fair to say that a woman who is an intermediate who would like to start skiing off the groomers will have a different viewpoint and expectation of a Women's Clinic than a woman who is advanced enough want to learn about back country technique and terrain. In the Mid-Atlantic, there aren't any back country clinics because there is so little back country terrain.
As an intermediate looking to get off groomers, I have an interest in learning about backcountry terrain and techniques because skiing ungroomed terrain is the obvious first step toward backcountry-skiing competence, which is what I'm aiming for. A low skill level is not synonymous with a lack of serious commitment to improving. But if we look at women-specific programming or those who seek it as somehow less serious or rigorous, that's.....I guess "problematic" is the word academics often use. It's problematic in so many ways.