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On International Women’s Day Celebrities Recognize “A Long Way To Go”

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Today, March 8, on International Women’s Day celebrities recognize the female struggle and take to social media to mark the occasion. On Twitter, #InternationalWomensDay is trending, as notable figures and from music, entertainment, religion and politics get together to mark their views. Greta Thunberg, Pope Francis and others all join in on this day. On a lighter note, take a look at this tweet from Mr Spongebob Square Pants:

Celebrities Show Support To Women on International Women’s Day

Global teen environmentalist Greta Thunberg took to Instagram and said that “woman are still far from equal to men in today’s societies. We still have a very long way to go.”

The NBA also paid a tribute to its women coaches and referees:

Republican Val Demings shared the story of Ida B Wells. The historic personality was born as a slave but exposed then society’s treacherous mindset.

Here is the leader of France, who invited everyone to come out in support for all genders, especially women on International Women’s Day:

The United Nations wrote a very beautiful message a few days ago to mark the struggles of women.

“To all the women who have been told that they are: too loud, too emotional, too ambitious, too difficult, too bossy, too much, we hear you. We believe in you. We stand with you. Let’s fight the stereotypes together.”

John Lennon’s posthumous Twitter account also had something for the women on International Women’s Day:

Cara Delevingne had strong words on Women’s Day, saying that there is no place or part of life where women are equal to men. Take a look below:

Pakistani television star and heartthrob Mahira Khan took part in Women’s Day March that happened in different cities of Pakistan. The walk aimed to highlight real issues women of all ages face in the country and demanded the government to take drastic actions. Take a look:

The Tekken game tries a more “just do it” approach. Telling ladies to punch life in the face.


Women are equally as strong as men or any other gender. In this modern era, physical strength is not the measure of capabilities, rather the mental strength that matters now.

Happy International Women’s Day, ladies!

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