Recently I've visited a Wikipedia article called "International Women's Day" in my native language (not the English page). Under the "History" section firstly it says that "according to written sources, this celebration reaches ancient times, when on a specific day in Greece women would demand their men for special attention and even wars would have to be stopped on this day, so that soldiers can be with their women" (rough translation).
Now, it literally states in the first words that it is "according to the written sources", yet there is no source for it or any kind of further information. I've noticed this information being used by a few news sites when this day comes and it has become a trend, since my country is ex-USSR and it is fashionable to distance from the so-called communist past.
Are there any actual sources for this or is it some kind of myth/legend, because even for the myth I couldn't find anything. I only found something called Matronalia celebrated by Romans but it doesn't exactly connect with the International Women's Day. However, it mentions this Roman celebration on the Polish Wikipedia page.
I tried removing that specific line but it was reverted shortly after. I don't mind it that much except that it just smells of historical revisionism, since this celebration couldn't possibly come to my country from anywhere like Greece.