March 8 is International Women’s Day, and there’s no better time to celebrate female stories. Whether audiences want a drama, comedy or even a documentary, Netflix has plenty of female-fronted movies available to watch today.

“Legally Blonde” — Elle Woods proves that you can wear pink bikinis and still dominate the courtroom. The sorority sister goes to Harvard to get her man back and realizes that she doesn’t need him. She does, however, need to help someone who was wrongfully accused. Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair and Luke Wilson star. Karen McCullah and Kirsten Smith wrote the screenplay, which is based on Amanda Brown’s novel.

“Roma” — This Oscar-winning movie follows Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), a domestic worker in 1970s Mexico working for a middle-class family. It won Academy Awards for best foreign language film, best cinematography and best director last month.

“Period. End of Sentence.” — Those who want to watch a documentary should consider this Oscar-winning short, which follows Indian women dealing with the stigma of menstruation. At only 26 minutes, it’s easy to fit into even the busiest International Women’s Day schedules.

“The Incredible Jessica James” — “2 Dope Queens” host Jessica Williams stars in this Netflix original rom-com alongside Chris O’Dowd. The two are trying to get over their exes when they’re set up on a blind date.

“Obvious Child” — An unemployed comedian (Jenny Slate) has to get serious after a one-night stand with a leaves her pregnant, and she decides to get an abortion. Gillian Robespierre wrote and directed the dramedy.

“Room” — Before she was Captain Marvel, Brie Larson won an Oscar for her role as an abducted young woman who finds a way to get her son out of captivity. Emma Donoghue wrote the script, which is based on her 2010 novel.

“Dumplin’” — A Texas teenager accidentally revolutionizes the pageant scene in her town. Jennifer Anniston, Danielle Macdonald and Dove Cameron star. The movie, directed by Anne Fletcher and written by Kristin Hahn, is based on the 2015 novel by Julie Murphy.

Looking for something else? Subscribers can search for “ strong female lead” on Netflix on International Women’s Day and every other day.

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"Legally Blonde" is one of many movies that can be watched on Netflix on International Women’s Day. MGM