Comme chaque année, le 8 mars est la Journée de la Femme, événement mondiale consacrée à la lutte contre les différentes discriminations que peuvent subir les femmes dans leur vie.
Comme pour chaque événement de cette ampleur, les réactions sont aussi diverses que nombreuses sur les réseaux sociaux et les différentes personnalités réagissent chacun à leur manière. Certains ont choisi l’humour, d’autres de mettre en avant le girl power ou dédie avant tout cette journée à leur femme !
De Médine, Kalash et Snoop Dogg à Nabilla et Rita Ora en passant la production de Taxi 5 et l’Olympique de Marseille, voici un florilège des meilleurs messages !
Pour respecter les femmes, on n’attendra pas le #8mars
— Médine (@Medinrecords) 8 mars 2018
Je te dédie cette journée des droits de la femme @liviaceccaldi 🚺😍🙏🏼
— Nabilla Benattia (@Nabilla) 8 mars 2018
— Karine Le Marchand (@KarineLMOff) 8 mars 2018
On va traiter les femmes avec respect et servitude. RDV demain 10h 😉 https://t.co/ymxonTO7m1
— Big Daddy Jok (@jok_daddy) 8 mars 2018
— EuropaCorp (@EuropaCorp) 8 mars 2018
I've already said a million times how much my Nana has influenced my life as a woman but I'm not sure if I've ever shared that I had to BEG her to take this picture!! 🙈She was a woman determined to have her OWN career as a nurse at Harlem Hospital in 1952 the year her first son was born (my father). She studied hard & made it real. She was a single mom. Later, she married an Italian grocer (my grandfather) who in 1967 had a fruit & veggie stand in Harlem which surely wasn't the easiest storm to weather at that time in America. When he moved them to the suburbs of Long Island she had to get used to it because the house he bought her was smaller than her Harlem apt. she paid for on her OWN ❤️But u know behind all strong men there's an even stronger woman. She always stood by him. She had such a generous heart & shared that home w/ 2 beautiful twin foster children who she then adopted. This is the soul she was & the soul that’s been infused inside of me.She was the most compassionate, intelligent & kind advocate anyone could dream to have. She taught me everything about how to be a woman in the world.How to be both gentle & tough.How to demand respect by your stance & how to be independent yet co-dependent on those you love so reciprocity can be real! She always made me do reading & writing homework throughout the summers I stayed with her! 📚 She is one of the biggest reasons why I know intelligence is power!! So although the world still has a long way to go to make gender equality a reality, for woman to get the same pay, respect and opportunities as our male counterparts, and to ensure that education is as important for every girl EVERYWHERE, I have to say that because of this woman(and my Mother)I NEVER felt like I was inferior, or less capable or less intelligent.I knew from the minute I was born that women are the greatest gifts to humanity for without us, there would be nothing.So thank u Nana for taking this picture so I can always remember what u stood for, how much you’ve given to our family & how much u have meant to me!! #InternationalWomensDay #family #women #progress #love
This is my Mama. She is the fiercest woman I know! Look at that face! Gorgeous! Tough! No nonsense! A true lioness!! She will break down doors and tear down walls! Nobody stands in her way. I wonder if she knows that’s the power she showed me. I wonder if she knows that’s why I know how much power we hold as women. I wonder if she knows that that’s why when I asked my son Egypt this morning if women should be treated the same as men? He said, “No! Better!” 💯💯💯 #InternationalWomensDay #Woman #Power #Honor