World Men's Day is celebrated on November 2.
Every woman dreams of meeting the one who is able to make her happy. According to psychologists, in potential partners the fairer sex wants to see confidence, responsibility, attention to family values. Women are also looking for smart and determined men.
The decision to establish a holiday in 2000 was made by the only president of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev. The idea was subsequently supported by the city government of Vienna and some international organizations, including the UN. Until 2006, the representatives of the stronger sex were awarded the "World Men's Prize". It was a small copy of Rodin's world famous sculpture The Thinker, made of bronze.
After World Men's Day was abolished, the award was canceled. Today the holiday is celebrated in many countries, although it has not been officially approved.
The representatives of the stronger sex have another holiday - International Men's Day. In more than 60 countries, it is celebrated annually on November 19.