In what ways has the erroneous interpretation of gender=women limited understanding of how conflict-related gendered harm takes place and who experiences gendered harm directly and/or indirectly related to conflict?

In what ways has the erroneous interpretation of gender=women limited understandingof how conflict-related gendered harm takes place and who experiences gendered harmdirectly and/or indirectly related to conflict? You can discuss this question broadly, or asa specific discussion of a demographic(s) of people whose experiences of genderedconflict-harm go largely unrecognized in conflict and post-conflict transition.