A lot of attention! All over the world, the March 8 is he International Women’s Day, a date dedicated to the fight for gender equality and women’s rights. This day has been commemorated since the beginning of the 20th century, but in recent decades it has acquired a broader and more global meaning, becoming an opportunity to reflect on the achievements and challenges in the fight for gender equality. Next, we will share the best phrases, poems and images to dedicate and post on your social networks (WhatsApp, TikTok, Instagram, etc.) alluding to this date.
All over the world, events are organized to commemorate International Women’s Day. From marches and demonstrations to talks and cultural activities, these events aim to sensitize society to the issues women face and highlight the need to work together to achieve equality.
Messages for Women’s Day
- Happy Women’s Day, today and every day.
- Brave women, strong women, inspiring women. Thank you for everything they do!
- Today we celebrate female empowerment and the fight for gender equality.
- Today we honor the women who have changed the world and those who continue to do so.
- Together we are stronger. Happy International Women’s Day.
- Today is a reminder that women deserve equal rights and opportunities in all aspects of life.
- To all women: never stop believing in yourself and your ability to achieve great things.
- On this Women’s Day, let’s honor all the women who have made and continue to make a difference in our lives.
- Women are a powerful force in this world and they deserve to be recognized and valued every day.
- May this day be an inspiration to continue fighting for a future in which all women can reach their full potential.
Phrases for Women’s Day
- “I wasn’t born to be a princess, I was born to be a leader” – Bianca Jagger.
- “Women’s empowerment is non-negotiable” – Michelle Bachelet.
- “Feminism isn’t hating men, it’s loving women.” – Gloria Steinem.
- “I do not ask for favors for being a woman, I ask for equal opportunities” – Shirley Chisholm.
- “Women are the wings of society” – Fatima Mernissi.
- “Gender equality is more than an objective in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the goals of poverty reduction, economic growth and environmental sustainability.” – ban ki moon.
- “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” – Eleanor Roosevelt.
- “Freedom is impossible without gender equality” – Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
- “The woman is the complement of the man, not his competition” – Dorothy Day.
- “The A woman’s strength lies in her ability to embrace her femininity and masculinity at the same time.” Janet Mock.
Short poems for Women’s Day
you are brave, you are strong
You are fight and you are love
You are everything I hope for
Of a person with a heart.
Today is women’s day
Celebrating your strength and your bravery
Honoring her fight for equality
Recognizing your role in life.
woman, inner beauty
The woman is a being of courage and struggle
Always looking for equality and justice
Fighting for the rights of her gender
The woman is synonymous with courage.
The woman and her courage
To the woman I love, to my companion
To the woman who guides me and gives me strength
To you, woman of my life, on this special day
I wish you love, happiness and much peace.
Famous poems for Women’s Day
Woman – Octavio Paz
“Woman, you are not only the giver of life, you are also life.
You are the nest where life becomes a dream, you are the dream where love becomes flesh.
I can write the saddest verses tonight – Pablo Neruda
“[…] I can write the saddest verses tonight.
To think that I do not have her. Feeling I’ve lost her.
Hear the inmense night, even more without her.
And the verse falls to the soul like dew to grass.
Does it matter that my love could not keep it.
The night is full of stars and she is not with me.
That’s all. In the distance someone sings. In the distance.
My soul is not content with having lost it. […]”
If God were a woman – Mario Beneditti
“[…] What if God were a woman?
asks Juan without flinching,
wow, wow if God were a woman
it is possible that agnostics and atheists
let’s not say no with our heads
and we said yes with the guts.
Maybe we would get closer to her divine nakedness
to kiss his feet not of bronze,
her pubis not made of stone,
her breasts not of marble,
her lips not plaster. […]”