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International Women’s Day around the world

When God created women he was simply showing us that he could create the most beautiful thing in the world!

Each year, International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8. 

According to UNESCO, the celebration of International Women’s Day first started from the activities of labor movements at the turn of the 20th century across  North America and Europe.

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality. 

International Women’s Day has occurred for well over a century with the first gathering held in 1910.

So, how does the world celebrate beautiful sex? 

Well, let’s start with Italy!

International Women’s Day, or Festa della Donna, is celebrated throughout Italy by the giving of mimosa blossoms, a tradition believed to have originated in Rome after World War II. The flower holds the same symbolic gesture of love as a red rose on Valentine’s Day. 


International Women’s Day was first celebrated in China in 1922, following the lead of other communist countries. It has been a national holiday since 1949. To mark International Women’s Day 2021, zebra crossings in Changsha in central China were painted pink and daubed with red hearts.


Attitudes towards abortion remain oppressive in Poland, prompting International Women’s Day to become a day of pro-choice protest. Actress Jessica Chastain joined women on the streets of Warsaw in 2017, while women marched across Poland on International Women’s Day in 2018 and 2019.

International Women’s Day is observed as a symbol of respect for victims of fights for equal rights for women. It was established in 1910. Until 1993 it was even a public Holiday in Poland.


In Turkey, International Women’s Day has been marked in recent years by women protesting against gender inequality, domestic violence, and sexual abuse – demonstrations that have often received a heavy-handed response from authorities. 


In Argentina, International Women’s Day has been celebrated since the early 20th century. Much like other countries, they celebrate women by giving and receiving flowers and other gifts. However, protests for gender equality have also taken place in Argentina around International Women’s Day over the last five years, with women marching for gender equality, an end to femicide, and reproductive rights.


International Women’s Day in Nepal is marked as an official holiday, so women actually get the day off work.

In 2017, a rally was held in the country’s capital of Kathmandu to “send a message that women can become what they want”. People took to the streets in their work uniforms to protest women earning on average 24% less than men across the country. 


In Armenia, International Women’s Day is a national holiday that’s also referred to as the ‘Day of Protection of Your Rights’. It marks the start of an unofficial ‘Women’s Month’, culminating in the queasily-titled ‘Motherhood and Beauty Day’ on 7 April.

So here’s to all the incredible women around the world, shine on! Not only today, but every single day! 

Happy Women’s Day!

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