In honor of today being the first day of Women’s History Month, please enjoy this list of The Top Women’s History Month Fun Facts.
If you celebrate it at Hooters, you’re missing the point.
It celebrates those who opened doors for women. And, unlike Bill O’Reilly, didn’t slap them on the ass when they walked by.
Women have accomplished incredible things in sports. If you ignore Danica Patrick.
Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes. And also sold millions of albums with her brother Donny. Or was that a different “Marie”?
American women comprise 30% of the world’s prison population. Though it seems WAY higher if you’ve ever watched porn.
Despite a common misconception, women are just as able as men to put the toilet seat down.
It earns 30% less than Men’s History Month.
(CAREFUL) Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote. That’s why nobody takes it seriously.
Wonder Woman’s bracelets may deflect bullets, but the real reason she wears them is because they don’t clash with her headband.
Most women work in traditionally feminine jobs like teaching, nursing, and hosting “Anderson Cooper 360”.
Despite progress, there’s still going to be a group of women who insist they feel more comfortable celebrating Men’s History Month because Women’s History Month is just “too much drama.”
Susan B. Anthony never saw women get the right to vote, nor did she live to see that multiple cross-dressing stores were named after her.
Even if you know nothing about it, you can guarantee Oprah is involved.
If you want to celebrate it in Saudi Arabia, DON’T!
Older women comprise the highest portion of the population that lives alone. And in this case “alone” means “with dozens and dozens of cats.”
If you think women shouldn’t celebrate it because they’re too busy fetching you a beer, you’re most likely divorced.
Caitlyn Jenner only celebrates half of it.
Originally posted on March 1st, 2018