“They don’t market to women. I don’t think they appropriately reach out to women, and I don’t think they meet the needs that women have,” Reddin said. Other female vets described situations ranging from being assigned a male counselor to discuss military sexual trauma because a female wasn’t available, to being offered few if any choices among female primary care physicians, to long drives for OB/GYN services. The VA has also struggled to make women aware they can use their services.