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20 phrases and messages to send on this 8M WhatsApp

20 phrases and messages to send on this 8M WhatsApp

WhatsApp has burning dates. He March 8 One of them is because half of humanity celebrates it Women's DayThe other half also moves.

This date commemorates the 1908 cotton mill fire in New York 129 women have died Those who went on strike in presence of their workplace. The United Nations established the date in 1975 and declared it International Women's Day.

But women's demonstrations fighting for them Social, political and labor rights They came a long time ago and today we see them on the streets, on social networks and at every opportunity. March 8th It's a perfect date, beyond protests and marches, comes in the form of well wishes, support for the struggle and appreciation of women's strength. WhatsApp messages.

20 messages to share on International Women's Day

The internet provides us with a huge list of sentences Convey affection with different tones and content Women around us. Today we are coming closer to you 20 sentences From famous writers, politicians, artists and more, collected on the Curbo Mente site Women's Place and in the Spanish edition of Clara magazine.

Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 and messages of affection on WhatsApp are already a classic. Photo: Pexels.
  1. Feminism is about living individually and fighting collectively. Simone de Beauvoir.
  2. For most of the story, the anonymous woman. Virginia Woolf.
  3. Thinking out loud, for yourself, is a brave thing to do. Coco Chanel.
  4. Surround yourself with people who hold your limits, not those who limit your challenges. Pilar Jericho.
  5. Some women choose to follow men, while others decide to follow their dreams. Lady Gaga.
  6. Don't look for many men below your feet, look for one who is on your level. Carolina Herrera.
  7. Feminism is not about dividing the cake between the two sexes. It creates something new. Gloria Steinem.
  8. I don't want women to have power over men, but over them. Mary Wollstonecraft.
  9. Women are the greatest and most untapped talent in the world. Hillary Clinton.
  10. Each of you can be leaders and support others to achieve it. Michelle Obama.
  11. Of course… the worst part is that women, without playing a role, played a role in human history. Mafalda (quino).
  12. Women, first of all, should live without fear. Isabel Allende.
  13. I don't accept what I can't change, I change what I can't accept. Angela Davis.
  14. The poet was the first to compare women to flowers; Second, an idiot. Voltaire.
  15. If we turn to a greater reality, it is a woman to guide us. The dominance of men has come to an end. He lost touch with Earth. Henry Miller.
  16. Through work, women were able to reduce the distance separating them from men. Only work can guarantee you complete freedom. Simone de Beauvoir.
  17. It does not deserve to be called a revolution if it does not help women to emerge and advance on the path of social and personal progress, with all the power and all the means at its disposal. Leon Trotsky.
  18. Machismo is men's fear of fearless women. Eduardo Galliano.
  19. I started to cry, but then I remembered that I could buy flowers, write my name in the sand, talk for hours, tell you things you don't understand. I can dance by myself and hold my hand. I can love myself better than you. Miley Cyrus.
  20. Life is short: smile at those who cry, ignore those who criticize you, and be happy with those who matter to you. Marilyn Monroe.
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