1. International
    Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8. Adopted by the United
    Nations in 1975, it commemorates the movement for women’s rights.
  2. The
    two highest IQ scores in recorded history belong to women.
  3. Women
    are safer drivers than men. They are involved in fewer road accidents and
    have fewer penalty points on their license.
  4. Because
    of the high production of the hormone estrogen during puberty, girls’
    brains generally mature two years earlier than those of boys.
  5. In
    Russia, there are nine million more women than men.
  6. It
    is generally believed that women have smaller brains than men but they use theirs more often.  
  7. If
    she blocks and unblocks you more than once, marry that pysco – she really
    loves you.
  8. Women
    make better leaders than men. Research has concluded that female-led
    companies are more successful than ones led by males. A poll found that the public agrees–women make fairer, more compassionate and more trustworthy leaders than men do. A Canadian study also concluded that women make better doctors. It said female medics are much more likely than men to adhere to guidelines and to prescribe the right drugs.
  9. International
    Women’s Day 2020 theme is #Each4Equal.
  10. You
    can be part of it by posing using the pics below and using the hashtag #Each4Equal
    on social media.

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