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Female airman annihilates sexual harassment training in open letter: ‘You made me into a helpless whore’

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An anonymous female Air Force airman became enraged after attending mandatory training covering sexual harassment that she said, “turned me into a helpless whore.”

In an open letter directed toward the Sexual Assault Response Coordination Program an alleged airmen using the pen name Kayce M. Hagen completely obliterated the current feminist notion that power comes from victimization.

“You made me a victim today, and I am nobody’s victim,” Hagen posted Thursday on the John Q. Public blog.

“You disgusted me.”

Hagen wrote that it felt as though parts of the lecture on sexual assault were aimed directly at her.

You made me a victim today, and I am nobody’s victim. I am an American Airman in the most powerful Air Force in the world, and you made me into a helpless whore. A sensitive, defenseless woman who has no power to protect herself, who has nothing in common with the men she works with. You made me untouchable, and by doing that you made me a target.

Hagen eviscerates the modern methodology that is constantly pitting men and women against each other in an effort to achieve equality.

She makes it clear she doesn’t want special treatment because she’s a woman, and doing so only makes life harder – not easier.

You put my face up on your slides; my face, my uniform, my honor, and you made me hold this ridiculous contraption of your own devising and called me empowered. You called me strong. You told me, and everyone else who was listening to you this morning that I had a right to dictate what they said. That I had a right to dictate what they looked at. That I had a right to dictate what they listened to. That somehow, in my shop, I was the only person who mattered.

Hagen goes on to explain the lonely place the Air Force is turning out to be because of the radical ideology being deployed by the SARC program.

You are the reason I room alone when I deploy.

They’re afraid. They’re afraid of me, and it’s because of you. They are afraid that with all of this “power” I have, I can destroy them. That I as a victim, somehow I control their fate. With one sentence, I can destroy the rest of their lives.

“He sexually assaulted me.”

I say enough. He didn’t assault me, you did; and I say enough is enough. If you want to help me, you need to stop calling me a victim. If you want to save me, you need to help me to be equal in the eyes of the people I work with. If you want to change a culture, you need to lessen the gap between men and women, not widen it.

Hagen ended the thought-provoking letter that can be read in its entirety here, with a simple, yet profound declaration.

I am not a victim. I am an American Airman, I am a Warrior, and I have answered my nation’s call.

Help me be what I am, or be quiet and get out of my way.

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