“Not “might” but would be considered condescending.”
I considered not using that example but decided to anyway. Whether it would be considered condescending depends on the audience. You feel that way for instance, but I know women who would not consider it so.
How the meeting got started is not particularly relevant (IMHO). Suppose three males were assigned the task, for instance. In any case, I’m willing to go on record by suggesting that there are real differences in the way that women and men approach certain topics, based in part on physiology, and in part on different cultural experiences (see “Black like Me”).
The primary point being that the inviters were not looking for “a female perspective” but “a perspective from a female—who may in all expectation see things differently than we do”.