Remembrance Doesn’t Have a Gender

Check out, retired servicewoman and writer, Kelly Thompson’s article on the advances of women in the military and the challenges to true gender equality.


“I put up with a lot while I was in the military. Some of it was harmless, and thinking back, some of it bordered on harassment. But I also stood up for what I believed in, fought for what I felt was important, and sought to prove that femininity was not a curse but an asset. As a woman, I brought alternative views, differing opinions and a new kind of problem solving. My troops came to respect me as a leader, not because I was a woman or because my rank as an officer demanded inherent respect.”

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