Although I do not really agree with the concept of having a day dedicated to Women or Men, or juts being that Women or Men. I would rather see days allocated to Women and Men who despite great adversities achieved many things.
The idea of an International Women’s Day or International Men’s Day(which by the way get a lot less media coverage) is too broad for me because it celebrates every woman and man even those who committed horrendous crimes.
However since this is a site focusing on history, and I also want to use this opportunity to celebrate the beauty of women before the woke generation put s a stop to that, or even puts a stop to addressing every woman as a woman.
The United Nations began celebrating International Women’s Day in the International Women’s Year, 1975. But the earliest Women’s Day observance, called “National Woman’s Day”, was held on February 28, 1909, in New York City, organized by the Socialist Party of America.
In 1914, International Women’s Day was held on March 8 in Germany, possibly because that day was a Sunday, and now it is always held on March 8 in all countries. The 1914 observance of the Day in Germany was dedicated to women’s right to vote, which German women did not win until 1918.
(Women’s demonstration for bread and peace – March 8, 1917, Petrograd, Russia)
Celebrating women and their beauty.