I’ve taught sexual harassment prevention in the private and public sectors as an outside trainer for 20 years (“A visible war against military rape,” Feb. 8). I felt good about what I did because I educated and dissuaded potential perpetrators and empowered women to exercise their rights. But I knew I hadn’t done enough and the problem persisted. I knew the military had not addressed this human rights issue. I didn’t know how, who or what would ever bring about the necessary changes to eradicate this horror of abuse, excuse, accusation and “exoneration.” Thank you for this monumental contribution toward gender equity and human dignity.