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wilhelm--fink · 6 months ago
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Friday: Mexican government puts a 9.8ft barrier around National Palace and other buildings to “protect” them ahead of a planned march to mark International Women’s Day
Saturday: Women turn it into a memorial in honor of the thousands of victims who are murdered every year in Mexico just for being women
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katbishop · 6 months ago
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international women's day celebration week ★ day 7: wildcard
i just think that women  /  insp.
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justlgbtthings · 6 months ago
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now that it's actually IWD...
Happy International Women's Day to:
women of color, lesbians, ace and aro girls, trans women, bi and pan girls, disabled and neurodivergent women, Jewish and Muslim women, women who fight for equality and their right to be heard, women who are driven, women who are career-oriented, girlbosses, women who want children and women who don't, mothers, women who get called "bossy" and "shrill," polyamorous women, women with multiple partners, young girls who are figuring out their place in the world, women who are sex workers, women who have survived abuse and women who didn't, autistic women, gnc women, women who get talked over, women who are told that their thoughts don't matter, fat girls and skinny girls, women who have had an abortion, women of low-income, women who are homeless, women with big noses, women with acne or a skin condition, women who work in STEM, unconventionally beautiful women, women who have depression or anxiety, women who rely on aids, deaf and blind women, women who have intrusive thoughts, women coping with PTSD, and women with chronic illness.
we are beautiful, and we are strong. but we are stronger together. Happy International Women's Day.
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useless-englandfacts · 6 months ago
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To celebrate International Women's Day The Black Curriculum shared their 'Iconic Women in Britain' series over on Twitter - with added links on the thread. Check it out here!
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ffriluftslivv · 6 months ago
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Happy International Women's Day to all the beautiful women out there🌷 remember that you are loved, you matter and you are so strong for just being you♡
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taylorswifh · 6 months ago
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY (08/03)
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blackexcellence · 6 months ago
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👑Happy International Women's Day 👑
Where there's a woman, there, indeed, is magic. Vibe out with us and enjoy these empowering songs. Pass this playlist on to the magical woman in your life.
🎨by @banana-peppers
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dwgif · 6 months ago
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- Is the future going to be all girl? - We can only hope.
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY (8th March 2021)
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verybisexualcoffeebean · 6 months ago
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International Women’s Day: What’s Happening in Mexico?
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So, as I’m sure most of you are aware, today is international women’s day. It’s a great thing to celebrate women around the world on this day, and how far we’ve come, but it’s also important to note we have a long way to go in some places. One of these places is Mexico.
Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries for women today. About 10 femicides (or feminicidios, which is essentially a woman getting killed because of her gender i.e r*pe, domestic violence, etc.) occur every day. What’s worse, the victims almost never get justice. There are massive amounts of corruption in the police, justice and political systems, and a severe unwillingness to stand with Mexican women, because it’s easier and more convenient not to. Of course, there are good people in these systems, many good people, but all the corruption doesn’t allow that goodness to shine through or do anything significant. I myself know someone who was personally affected by femicide and violence against women. These days, it’s rare to find a person who remains untouched by it.
There is a huge movement to protect women in Mexico. Las year, there was a huge march on the 8th, and on the 9th, every woman went on strike, not showing up to work or school. This year, the march is not possible for obvious reasons. But there are still many things happening. The images you see above, for example, are the names of femicide victims painted on the walls surrounding the Palacio Nacional (kind of the equivalent of the White House).
Gender-based violence is a plague in Mexico. I know for a lot of people, there isn’t much to do but share and raise awareness, and I know so much is going on the world that it’s impossible to be invested in it all (your own well-being should always come first) but simply sharing posts goes a long way. If global support for the movement grows, there will be more pressure on Mexico’s government to act. So please, this International Women’s Day, celebrate all the amazing women throughout history and in your life, celebrate yourself, but also stand in solidarity with all the women around the world for whom today is a day for mourning and fighting. All the mothers who have lost daughters and the daughters who have lost mothers. Let’s help ensure no woman is left behind, no matter where in the world she is. No matter who you are or what your politics are, all help is welcome, and I think this is something we can all get behind. Here are some links to helpful articles if you want to learn more:
https://www.google.com.mx/amp/s/www.elle.com/culture/career-politics/amp32998348/mexico-femicide-crisis-what-to-know/
https://berkeleybeacon.com/the-missing-half-the-reality-of-mexicos-femicide-crisis/
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asteroidblues · 6 months ago
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In Mexico the President and the ruling class barricade themselves away from their responsibility and the reality of their arrogance, their machismo and ineptitude.
In Mexico, a rapist is nominated to run for governor  and openly enabled by our President, who at the eyes of the nation brushed off our outcry as nothing but baseless yapping fueled by the opposition.
In Mexico we’re tired, but never discouraged. We refuse to give our murders and abusers and the system that protects them the comfort of our silence.
The 8th of March is not a day of celebration, its a day of fury and sadness, but above all, a reminder of our continuous fight.
From Mexico and to our hermanas in America Latina and the rest of the world, we say:
¡La revolución será feminista!
(📷: @PinshiChina, @lilifavela_, @Ray_Mata_Bichos)
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