International Women’s Day in many parts of the World this has now gone, while in others there are still some hours left, but Women’s day is every day, it is that today is when there is a specific focus. The March has to go on for every second of every day to ensure that women are recognised the world over and to be ensured their Rights are protected and everywhere they achieve equalisation.

Where there has been progress this progress needs to be maintained and increased further and should not be allowed to regress.

Why are, in many areas of the world, women treated as being subservient to men, is it because the men feel they have to be in control and they cannot or feel they cannot allow women any control because that, they feel, would mean they lose some of their control.

But who decided that men should be in control, it was men who decided they were superior to women and this cannot be allowed to continue. Women and men should be working together and accept that no one is more equal that the other. Until men accept this then the progression of women to gain equality will be hard to achieve, but not impossible.

Gains may be achieved, but these can easily be lost, which could easily arise in America due to the Trump effect.

So women unite and fight for what should be yours.

Feminist Church

Each year, we mark the international women’s day to remind us of the continuing struggles of women’s rights and to understand that we have a long way to go. Unfortunately, modernisation has done little to alleviate the saddened plights of women across the world, in particular, the displaced, migrant, elderly, and the disabled women. In some way, there appears to be a disguised continuum of patriarchal authority in both western, developing, and underdeveloped countries.


There are so many issues that are still affecting women, worldwide. From the struggles of attaining women’s rights, birth rights, violence against women, deprived of quality education, honour killings, socioeconomic abuse, forced prostitution, modern-day slavery, forced migration, disabilities, sexual harassment, rape, sexism, and dozens more. The overall sums of these are the discourses on gender inequality. In the majority of workforces, women are not earning the exact benefits and salaries as their male counterparts. Most women…

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