I am celebrating Women's History month by reading Danette Watt's hubs about the subject and discovering new things I did not know before. I then share this information with my friends and family via Facebook.
I love learning new things and part of that learning is to read other people's work in the hubpages community. It has brought a connection to people from all parts of the world.
Women have been treated with disrespect throughout history, (see comment by Doc Woringer), although, ironically we are the ones who bring life into the world, including to those boy babies.
If you were to read some of the hubs here from women in other parts of the country you will discover that women are still being disrespected and even mutilated physically, just because they happen to be female.
It is not only an important part of our history, as human beings, that we acknowledge the accomplishments that have changed our history and made a difference in our world, but also that we become aware, socially conscious and compassionate people with each other.
I would emphasize that this would include respecting the questions and hubs of fellow hubbers in the hub community. While everyone is entitled to their opinion, there is a tone of scolding that I have picked up from dksuttle's comment. This is too bad, because I happen to know that Danette Watt not only celebrates herself as a woman, she supports this celebration in the women she knows, as well as those who have made a better life for women such as dksuttle.
That's my opinion...now, excuse me while I continue to celebrate WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH by going to work...something that was easy for women to do decades ago when they were expected to stay home and take care of cooking men's dinners.