Top 40 Older Women Quotes

In this post, you will find great Older Women Quotes from famous people, such as Robert Farrar Capon, Carmen Dell’Orefice, Sally Field, J. Courtney Sullivan, Kelvin Fletcher. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

Older women are like aging strudels - the crust may not

Older women are like aging strudels – the crust may not be so lovely, but the filling has come at last into its own.
Robert Farrar Capon
I was the Kate Moss of my day, atypical of what the public wanted, which was Brigitte Bardot. I was always tall, skinny and angular. But now, society has bought 55 years of my marketing ‘Carmen,’ and I’m considered beautiful. I hope that empowers older women.
I so believe that older women have tremendous value to their families, their community, their country, the world.
I’ve always been drawn to older women.
The vast majority of my fan mail comes from older women and gay men.
I’ve always liked older women. One sad thing about being my age is that there are no older women. I used to amuse my mother‘s friends even at five or six with witty turns of phrase. Somehow, I just knew how to be funny.
I hate to generalize, but in general, both men and women suffer from ageism. Men much less because men gain power as they get older. Women lose power as they get older. Men are seen as gaining experience and being distinguished. Sons look forward to replacing their fathers.
I’m not saying it’s easy, and it’s definitely harder for women. Because there is definitely a double standard about gorgeous older men, and it’s different for older women.
Market research shows that older women like seeing older women in ads, and that younger women do, too – because they see them and are not frightened of growing older.
I really think it would be useful if society stopped vilifying older women.
What we need is more women writers, writing for older women. There are some actresses who have production companies and create their own material, and I truly admire that.
It’s such a challenging time, and in my small way, I will make it so that other younger women, and maybe older women, will be able to do the things they want to do, and accept themselves and their experience.
I’m absolutely certain that audiences want to see older women on their TVs.
I grew up with all my cousins. The men worked, and the older women raised us – my mother, my aunt, my grandmother. My great-grandmother was the matriarch, and sometimes there were 30 of us.
In life, you see younger men and older women, and the majority of marriages don’t have such a huge age gap as we’re used to seeing in films.
Sometimes, I wonder where we older women fit into the social scheme of things once nest-building has lost its charm.
I want all womenteens, young women, older women, pregnant women, ageing women – to love and accept themselves.
I am China, pronounced as Chee-na. And I think it’s time the world lets older women age gracefully.
China Machado
I’m drawn to female stories, of which there aren’t that many, and particularly to stories now about older women. The things they have to confront and override is really fascinating. That’s a whole untold part of our world.
Reluctant as I am to regard myself as a style icon, I would love to think I could inspire older women to make the most of themselves.
It seems that the ideal age for a Bollywood heroine is 24, which is great, but it would be nice to see some older women too on the big screen.
I guess I am attracted to older women. I’m looking for a 40-something who has had her heart broken two or three hundred times. She’s going to be fun!
Bryan Callen
Older women know who they are, and that makes them more beautiful than younger ones. I like to see a face with some character. I want to see lines. I want to see wrinkles.
Soaps are one of the few areas on TV that really embrace older women. In drama, there’s this ridiculous invisibility for women between the ages of 40 and 60. Unless you’re old enough to play a grandmother, there just aren’t the roles.
Older women have always been attracted to me.
Corey Clark
So many people put older women out to pasture.
These archetypal older women in movies can sometimes make my skin crawl. It’s about the one dimension; it’s about the lack of any texture.
I do read a lot of autobiographies and biographies but from people who are not in my field – older women, older artists, Miles Davis.
There’s some truth that roles for older women are harder to come by, but it’s wrong for actors to monopolise the ageist thing.
Older women are best, because they always think they may be doing it for the last time.
Ian Fleming
I wanted pretty pictures of older women – women who are trying too hard but succeedingpulling off an extreme look. What I didn’t know would creep into the portraits was a vulnerability behind the strong facade that most of them wear.
I think older women still have a full life.

I think older women still have a full life.
It’s taking a while for older women to be the norm on TV.
I grew up in Long Island City. When I was growing up, my parents owned a women’s clothing store in Queens. It was for older women. I got my bras there, until I realized I didn’t want those huge, taupe bras. Everything was beige, with massive amounts of hooks.
If I have to produce movies, direct movies, whatever to change the way Hollywood treats older women, I’ll do it. If I have to bend the rules, I will. If I have to break them, I will.
Clearly older women and especially older women who have led an active life or elder women who successfully maneuver through their own family life have so much to teach us about sharing, patience, and wisdom.
Certain roles for older women are aimed at certain older actresses – I’m not one of those. I’ve been offered any number of Puerto Rican grandmas that I’ve turned down.
I’m not interested in dating. I like being with my own best friend, me. Certain women, particularly older women, cannot believe I like going to a social event by myself. But I do.
Looking at female candidates today, other women are the hardest on them, especially older women who were brought up in a different culture.
Eleanor Clift
It’s true, I’ve become one of those grumpy older women.
Penelope Wilton