International Women’s Day

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Today is “International Women’s Day.” In my personal opinion, this day should be celebrated every single day. Women have been so influential and pioneered many advancements in our lives. When I first started my blog, I had no idea (at the time) that I would soon be interviewing some of the most beautiful and intelligent women on the planet. What struck the women that I interviewed the most, was the way that I connected with them, and the questions that I asked them. Of course, I discovered the obvious (their beauty), but I also got to know them, and how they think and do what they do. It was always a great satisfaction to me that I was able to separate myself from the other cookie cutter publications and journalists that asked the same, annoying questions over and over again.


I’ve always viewed women as an equal, and I could never understand people who thought otherwise. Imagine the world without women (pretty sad, right?). A lot of men would be going crazy, and a lot of men would be incapable of getting the job done in their respective career fields. Women, to me, fulfill humanity and are an important piece in moving forward in our world. The world, as a whole, cannot be better or do better without women; it’s that simple.


In closing, I would like to thank every woman that I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing and getting to know personally. And I would also like to thank every woman out in the world that is pushing the boundaries and making a difference in our lives. Women are equal and should be treated as such now, tomorrow, and for future generations to come.

Author: Justin Marroquin

Magician, Geek, Sports Enthusiast, Fitness Fanatic, Lifehacker.

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