Apparently, Google has something to say about this.
Which, inevitably, includes...
(that one for mother's day last year)
And for father's day? A tie! Because, oh, no, women can't wear ties. (I also like how it's a little bit crooked)
Women must like flowers, right? According to Google, yeah.
Um, Google? Way to kill the stereotypes! With more stereotypes.
Sounds quite effective, Google, I must say.
Hey, Google? I don't like flowers! Unless they're dying (this from a photographic standpoint).
Flowers are too delicate. Is this flower thing supposed to be a whacked out metaphor? Is this why you put flowers on anything that's distinctly woman-related?
I can build on this metaphor.
People only like flowers if they're beautiful.
Google? I suggest that you stop trying to find these symbols that you think represent gender. Flowers. Ties. Just make one out of, like, the word "woman" or something like that.
And, heck, make a pink one for father's day. A blue one for mother's day. A green one for international women's day.
Just break those gender barriers, just for the heck of it!
Not all women are the same, 'kay? Not all women unconditionally love the color purple. Or flowers. Just like all guys aren't totally on board with the color blue or ties.
Google, we're not all the same flower-loving person.
We are strong, not fragile and weak like a flower.
We deserve more than we get.
And if we're fragile, if we're weak, it's because we are forced to be this way.