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Sadie Hawkins Day is a day when traditional roles are reversed and girls ask boys to a dance. The dance usually occurs on the Saturday following November 9th.
The character of Sadie Hawkins comes from the Lil Abner comic strip.

Sadie Hawkins Day - Wikipedia


Sadie Hawkins Day is an American folk event and pseudo-holiday originated by Al Capp's classic hillbilly comic strip Li'l Abner (1934–1978). This inspired ...

The Ugly Truth Behind Sadie Hawkins Day


Nov 13, 2015 ... The concept behind Sadie Hawkins Day is supposed to make girls and women feel empowered, but knowing the story behind it, how is still ...

Fun Holiday – Sadie Hawkins Day - Time and Date


November 13 is annually celebrated in the United States as Sadie Hawkins Day. Inspired by events in the comic strip, Li'l Abner, this uniquely American holiday ...

Sadie Hawkins Day: Leap Years Historically for Women to Ask Men ...


Feb 29, 2012 ... Get Ready, Ladies: Leap Day Is Also Sadie Hawkins Day ... To celebrate Sadie Hawkins Day, the stakes are a bit higher, which is undoubtedly ...

leapyearday.com -- Sadie Hawkins Day? No. | leapyearday.com


SADIE HAWKINS DAY vs LEAP DAY Sadie Hawkins Day is November 15 - Leap Day is February 29. Sadie Hawkins Day, an American folk event, made its ...

What is Sadie Hawkins Day? - Women's Issues - About.com


Sadie Hawkins Day is a holiday that turns the tables on male/female relationships as women take the lead in pursuing men. Answer: Named after a fictional ...

Sadie Hawkins Day, November 13, 2017 at Holiday Insights


Sadie Hawkins Day, November 13, originated in Al Capp's cartoon 'Lil Abner.

Celebrate the History of Sadie Hawkins Day – in Real Life and on TV


Nov 11, 2015 ... Everyone knows that a Sadie Hawkins dance is the yearly high school tradition in which the girls ask guys out – even if they have no idea who ...

Sadie Hawkins Day | Li'l Abner


Dec 11, 2013 ... Sadie Hawkins Day, an American folk event, made its debut in Al Capp's Li'l Abner strip November 15, 1937. Sadie Hawkins was “the ...