Women make up half of the human race, but they are often the silent cheerleaders, leaders, and contributors to society. International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate femininity that has built on years of struggle for equal rights, especially the right to vote in several countries in Europe.
While we should be celebrating all of the joys, sorrows, and experiences of womanhood throughout the year, we can take the time to make March 8 a day where we pay special attention to the women in our lives. be they sisters, mothers, daughters, friends and more, they are all cherished.
Here are some wishes and images to share on this occasion:
Only a woman can almost die and give birth at the same time. Be proud to be a woman. Happy Women’s Day!
Every home, every heart, every feeling, every moment of happiness is incomplete without you, only you can complete this world. Happy Women’s Day!
To all the amazing women in the world, shine, not just today but every day. Happy women’s day.
Being a woman in itself is a super power. Happy Women’s Day to the superhero in my life!
I send my wishes to a woman who is strong, beautiful and unique in her own way. Thanks for coming into my life. I wish you a happy women’s day.
We are lovely girls, we are sweet sisters, we are lovely lovers, we are darling wives, we are lovely mothers, we are a source of strength, we are women, Happy International Women’s Day!
Well-educated women rarely make history! We wish a Happy Women’s Day to all who are breaking the glass ceiling and paving the way for a brighter future.
It is you who make the difference in so many lives and I am one of them, Happy Women’s Day.
What some influential women of the past had to say:
“The story of men’s opposition to women’s emancipation is perhaps more interesting than the story of that emancipation itself.” Virginia Woolf
“We are not born, but rather we become a woman.” Simone de Beauvoir
“Although they are but a breath, the words I command are immortal.” Sappho
“I am not a bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will. Charlotte Bronte
“If the female question is so absurd, it is because male arrogance has made it a discussion.” Simone de Beauvoir