International Women’s Day

This day on the 8th March every year, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. It’s when women are recognised for their achievements socially, politically and economically; the whole globe comes together in appreciation of the female species.

The first recognised International Women’s Day was back in 1910, 100 years ago. This important anniversary is marked today with the slogan “Equal Rights, Equal Opportunities: Progress for All”. These days, women have equal rights in the UK but unfortunately this does not apply to every country in the world, so the message needs to continue pushing through.

Almost every man has a woman he appreciates in his life. It might be his mother, his wife, his sister or his daughter. It may have been an influential teacher, an understanding friend or a supportive colleague. If any woman has ever touched your life, today is the day to show it!

Our London escorts are relishing in the celebrations today, proud to be independent, beautiful women. They revel in their womanhood and are fully aware of all the wonderful qualities they possess; style, grace, sophistication and sensuality. For hundreds of years, men lead the way of the world making all the decisions, and it’s only in the last 100 years that women have been allowed equal opportunities and have been recognised for their talents. Imagine how much fun it would be to watch Baywatch if women still weren’t allowed to act? Not very, we would say!

Why not show your appreciation for women today and spend some time with one of our gorgeous London escorts? If you’re grateful for having these girls in your life, let them know it and treat them to a fun evening where you can enjoy the pleasure of their companionship. Our V Girls are fun and friendly, and can guarantee you a memorable evening. By the time they leave, you will definitely remember how much you appreciate women!

At V London Escorts we love and respect all women. Our girls are dedicated and hard working, making life more pleasant for us men! To be honest, we don’t know what we’d do without them.