International Women's Day - March 8
International Women's Day falls on March 8 every year, starting in 1909.
Women's Day was originally called "International Workers' Day", and what is celebrated is the economic, political and social achievements of women and express respect, appreciation and love for them.
The special day in honor of women began as a socialist political event in the United States following the declaration of the Socialist Party of America. It is celebrated mainly in the communist Eastern European countries.
Over the years the holiday has lost its political hue and has become an event where men express their love for their women by buying flowers or gifts, something like Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day.
Some links in honor of International Women's Day:
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