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Happy Women's Day, Tekken-keepers

Ilya Kravtsov
2 min

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Happy Women's Day, Tekken-keepers
You are beautiful!

International Women's Day has been celebrated around the world for almost half a century. Without a doubt, women deserve to be honored every day. They give the world beauty, love, honesty, rationality, kindness, care, affection, sophistication, loyalty, modesty, and perfection.

DashFight team congratulates all women in the world on this holiday, one of the best and most necessary among all other holidays ever.

In the fantasy universe of Tekken, female characters are essential in every way!

Thank you, Alisa Bosconovitch, for your inhuman endurance!

Thank you, Anna Williams, for your willpower!

Thank you, Asuka Kazama, for your humanity!

Thank you, Kazumi Mishima, for your sense of style!

Thank you, Eliza, for your self-control!

Thank you Emilie De Rochefort for your modesty!

Thank you, Josie Rizal, for your beauty!

Thank you, Julia Chang, for your dedication!

Thank you, Jun Kazama, for your love for your children!

Thank you, Katarina Alves, for your respect for your adoptive father!

Thank you, Krystyna of Poland, for your patriotism!

Thank you, Kunimitsu, for being a good daughter!

Thank you, Ling Xiaoyu, for helping your boyfriend save the world, not destroy it!

Thank you, Lucky Chloe, for your optimism!

Thank you, Master Raven, for my wife's victories!

Thank you, Michelle Chang, for your daughter!

Thank you, Nina Williams, for honestly helping Heihachi!

Thank you, Panda, for Kuma being alive!

Thank you, Zafina, for your loyalty!

History of the holiday

It was first celebrated in 1909 in New York, where a celebration was organized to commemorate the anniversary of the so-called "Uprising 20,000", which was organized by the largest women's union in the United States, the International Ladies Garment Workers Union (ILGWU). The attention to it inspired Luise Zietz and Clara Zetkin to hold marches in March, which later became the basis for establishing March 8 as International Women's Day.

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