In case you aren't familiar, The Hero's Journey is, essentially, a story of leaving the comfort zone (generally your home village), going out into danger, and through that danger gaining wisdom/power that you can bring back to your comfort zone to help your kin. There are twists to this, such as not wanting to return home after becoming enlightened, or not wanting to embark on the journey at all. An immense amount of mythology/storytelling in general cleaves to this Monomyth.
I will be writing a female knight protagonist, and I realized that traditional Joseph Campbell hero stories are from a male perspective. What traits would a female version of this monomyth have - would it simply be gender-flipped (she wants to defeat/be accepted by her mother figure?), or would there be issues that are not present in the male monomyth at all?