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World International Women's Day - March 8, 2012

Discussion in 'Breaking News' started by Archived_Member16, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Archived_Member16

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  3. BaljinderS

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    This is a great idea and should be celebrated every second of the day not just once a year. Their is down to this, people think that women should be treated like this once a year. Tell if I am wrong? This is the message I get from these Fathers day, mothers day, friends day, happy day, sad day ... Its a marketing gimmick so they can make money out of selling cards,flowers etc etc So people have a high for one day and then they miserable again.

    Sorry for ruining the women's day.. I wonder if women had this much respect,love before the womens day came into play.. :interestedsingh: sorry again, i hope you see my point..
  4. Ambarsaria

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    BaljinderS ji thanks for your post. You do have a point but I will turn it around this way.

    Let there be,

    • Aborted females day
    • Circumcised females day
    • Big sisters day
    • Little sisters day
    • and so on
    The society in general has done so much damage and devastation of women that perhaps as many days as possible may even not be enough. Just a thought.

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