Like the commemoration of all celebrations in the world, Father's Day has its genesis in an idea of one or more people and a specific context. In 1910, a woman from the state of Washington, who was raised by her father along with five brothers, proposes the day of her father's birthday "June 5", to pay tribute to this figure, as a tribute to the dedication, love and care provided to their children; it is until 1924 when President Calvin Coolidge declares it a national celebration, spending seventy-two years to become nationalized (1996), being in the presidency Lyndon Johnson, who was in charge of it being stipulated in the national anniversaries for the third Sunday of June.
Discrimination and violence against women has used different garments over time. In the 21st century, in some countries the most cruel and heartbreaking inequity and injustice continue to prevail against them. In the name of the laws that govern these societies, violence, mistreatment and outrage is a prevailing one that is outlined from clothing, speaking, acting and insertion in public life and decision-making.