I can think of no better way to celebrate International Women’s Day, the 8th of March, than in focusing on God’s genius in creating men and women and sex in God’s image – creative, beautiful and with the power to build communion through life.
That is what normal family life starts with – it brings men and women together and, in healthy societies, that leads to families, which are the building blocks for human success.
Some feminist people see what women and men should do differently, with more of a focus on their lives as single people, but I was a Registered Midwife for a quarter of a century and the inanities of most third wave feminists are not going to convince me that women are victims who cannot ever look after themselves.
Claire Trevor, 3 husbands, 1 child, 1 Oscar (from 3 nominations), 1 Emmy, d.o.b. 8th March, 1910
Women as mothers are usually glorious, captivating, loving and good.
Actress Karen Morley. She was Poppy in the original Scarface in 1932. Deceased 8th March, 2003.
What women do in life and love is various and that manifestation of E Pluribus Unum strengthens us all.
Cyd Charisse, d.o.b. 8th March, 1922 In comparing Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly, she said “….. it’s like comparing apples and oranges. They’re both delicious.”
Cyd received a National Medal of Arts from George W Bush in 2006.
God Bless All Women But Especially The Mums.
Geoff Fox, 8th March, 2023, Down Under