I am not a fan of International Women’s Day. As spiked has pointed out many times before, in much of the Western world young women today are more highly qualified and get better paid jobs than men. Women of all ages are more likely to be in work, have more access to childcare and earn more money than at any other point in history. In this context, setting aside a particular day ‘to celebrate the achievements of women while calling for greater equality’ seems unnecessary. Worse, it inevitably descends into a rehashing of all the reasons why, despite having made such huge leaps forward, feminists still consider women to be oppressed. We already spend far too much time anguishing over body-shaming, cat-calling and sexist passports. Another day spent reminding women they are still victims?