A feminist approach to anything investigating rape as a war crime, preventing the scourge of domestic violence when the male fighters come home, resolving tensions between groups without resorting to violence, de-militarizing popularized fashion or hero-worship is an approach that is rooted in awareness that the researcher is part of a collective. Humility is healthy. But humility and accountability in fact do make positive partners. The chapter reviews civil society partners in the war zone to convince their donors to renew their funding. The real discomfort comes when trying to draw the line between reflexive candor and unwitting self-absorption. Feminists, though, have never promised that placing a feminist consciousness at the core of our work in and on war and its aftermath would ensure comfort. Thus these thoughtful contributors show us that being reflexive has its feminist rewards. Be reflexive early because others are rely to take extra care when portraying their lives.