Each time I walk down Whitehall I wonder why there is a monument to wimmin when the Cenotaph, bearing the words To The Glorious Dead, is a suitable memorial for all. Surely in this day and age that must be sexist. Having said that I do recognise the significant role played by women, as well as men, in all wars that we have been involved in so I'm not being a male chauvinist pig about this.
In its way it is very similar to the statue of Abraham Lincoln erected by Manchester City Council in the dark Marxist days of the early 80s. Lincoln sent a letter to the Mayor of Manchester after the civil war thanking the 'working men of Manchester' who had helped defeat the Confederates by refusing to work with American cotton. Manchester City Council, in their wisdom, duplicated the letter on the statue but changed the wording from 'working men' to 'working people'. I call that a gross insult to Lincoln, and to history, and it typifies the way in which political correctness insults the people it pretends to help.