International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day

To all of you wonderful women, and the men lucky enough to have a beautiful, strong, wonderful woman in your life.

So how did you celebrate?  Flowers?  Chocolate?  Breakfast in bed?  A meal out?

Hubby was watching CNN and announced the day.  Mcdonald’s flipped their golden arches to a W for International Women’s Day.  Sweet.

What was my celebration?  I turned on MTV Live for empowering music and sexy videos and started dancing around the house with a broom.  The sexy videos probably appeal more to men than women, but I’ll give you guys that, since you poor guys didn’t get an International Men’s Day.

I overheard two men talking during lunch a while ago, kvetching about how women have no sense of humor where locker room talk is concerned.  Women have turned a friendly slap on the behind into a criminal offence.  Women have taken all the jobs, and still women complain when men just want to work off a little tension and mix a little pleasure in with business.

Sorry men, life is hard.  Who needs equal pay, a safe work environment, and our skills judged fairly against our male counterparts at promotion times?  We have International Women’s Day.

If you haven’t celebrated with the woman in your life yet, why don’t you give her a big hug and tell her how great it is that she is the one in your life

 

 

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      1. Yes. Aone of them really do. There are men in this world who still think all woman sit on there butts all day because they gotta raise kids

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      2. I definitely don’t keep men like that im my circle, but I do have this uncanny ability to go into a crowd undetected. You’d be surprised what people say when they don’t realize they are beingheard. 😑

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      3. Dismayed, not surprised. It is nothing new. We have before us some stunning examples, and we hear them say over and over that they did nothing wrong. It is true they are bigger, and socially powerful, but that does not equal entitlement.

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      4. Good point. I’ve always wondered why it is the belief that woman are inferior. We create life, we have a higher tolerance for pain we can multiply what we are given. Its a shameful thing for society to stereotype. 😑 which is why I’m so glad you brought attention to it.

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