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March 8th

Women's Rights Day… I don't really know what to think of this day. In a sense it is a great initiative to devote a day to women's rights, but basically what does that mean? What the rest of the year we don't care? No. It must be said that this is a day to remember that women still do not have the same rights as men, this is not too much! We fight all year long for women's rights. March 8 is ultimately just a day to take advantage of public and media attention on these issues: demonstrating, organizing events, publishing texts. It is a necessary day, as long as women all over the world are oppressed and discriminated against. A day to remind women that women still do not have the same rights as men is not too much! We fight all year long for women's rights. March 8 is ultimately just a day to take advantage of public and media attention on these issues: demonstrating, organizing events, publishing texts. It is a necessary day, as long as women around the world are oppressed and discriminated against. I want someone to explain to me why it is normal for 14-year-old girls, to withstand the changes in puberty and to calm their anxieties and discomfort, take refuge in droves in an ideal impossible to reach of perfect aesthetics , and are eager to take the risk of dying. I want someone to explain to me why my constitutional rights are denied, constantly questioned, starting with the right to move freely throughout French territory - yeah, even in Châtelet and Gare du Nord. I want to know why the majority of women around me have been victims of sexual assault and / or rape, without society being challenged for a single second. I want someone to explain to me why I am first a sex object, and then only a citizen paying her taxes; why, although a graduate of the best courses, I statistically have every chance of being paid less than a man, and why this observation which would be considered as evidence of racism elsewhere is reduced here to the simple phenomenon of society, a chestnut tree for "women's day".