This year, Women's Day was celebrated with a bang all over the world. We had the 'BraToss Challenge' by Lilly Singh and her crew at Girl Love, and of course, we had inspirational videos and speeches flooding our social media. Yesterday, I was proud to be a woman. I was proud to be part of a day and age where equality isn't seen as a privilege but as a right. We wouldn't be celebrating womanhood without all the strong and courageous women who paved the way for us years ago.
So for those who missed the social media party yesterday and for those who suffer from FOMO, here's a snippet for you to catch up on what you missed:
Chelsea Handler couldn't resist the temptation of having a go at Donald Trump:
We have a long way to go, but we've definitely started on the right foot!
Adele very wittingly suggests that women can juggle more than men. Well, we've juggled around with enough of Donald Trump's misogyny, haven't we?
If we stand up for ourselves first, we'll be stronger together:
We have the responsibility of passing on our values to the future, to both boys and girls!
Yesterday, we celebrated for equality. But of course, not everyone felt part of the party:
Again, equality for men and women:
Twitter's character limit makes it difficult to express yourself fully, but Michelle Beadle managed to send out a powerful message!
Women's rights covers many aspects. Not just Trump's pussy grabbing, but also women's health and education:
We're never short of people who are ready to pounce and put people in their place on the internet. But without that, there's no fun, right?
I'm just going to leave these reactions to Donald Trump's tweet here...
A fifth-year medical student successfully placing my stethoscope the wrong way around every day. I'm a podcaster, sports enthusiast and I guess, a feminist.