Celebrating Girl Power On International Women’s Day
The annual International Women’s Day is celebrated each year on March 8 in every country all across the world. This year’s IWD theme of “Press for Progress, Together We Succeed” dominates celebrations of women worldwide. United in once voice to press for change and empowered to succeed, women of today are a force to be reckon with. The colour purple typically symbolizes romanticism and feminism. It is definitely more meaningful than the overhyped pink!
A future feminist – ”Little girls with dreams become women with vision!” / Pix: Latestly.com
Today’s women make up more than half the world’s population as well as the global workforce. Their rising influence in raising family and decision making can no longer be denied or ignored. The modern career woman is also fast gaining popularity as the sole breadwinner of the family. Single mothers are also increasingly prevalent throughout the world, as divorce rates continue to escalate. Crimes against women have also skyrocketed.
The embodiment of the sacred feminine has inspired millions of women to rise up to make a difference in the world. Women continue to work hard and smart in their everlasting quest for gender equality and moral justice. Feminism has evolved in leaps and bounds throughout human history to reach its apex or pinnacle.
Women are no longer subjugated and subservient to men. Cooking and cleaning are no longer the exclusive domains of the fairer sex. Today, we pay tribute to the women in our lives – be it our mother, sister, spouse, lover, colleague or friend. We salute the women who have created milestones in the history of mankind. We cherish the women in our families who continue to toil and persevere at work and also at home. We believe in the power of women in creating a beautiful, equitable and peaceful world. Last but not least, “Behind every successful man is an even more successful woman!” – CSR