In this post, you will find great Women Are Quotes from famous people, such as Unknown, Sacha Guitry, Tawakkol Karman, Shonda Rhimes, Paula Pell. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I absolutely don’t want to suggest that women are unreliable because we’re mothers – on the contrary. But the question of who brings up the kids has a material effect on all women‘s careers.
Research confirms that both Republican and Democratic women are more likely than their male counterparts to initiate and fight for bills that champion social justice, protect the environment, advocate for families, and promote nonviolent conflict resolution.
Women are not inherently passive or peaceful.
Women are not only deciding the outcome of elections, they serve as important role models for their daughters and other young women – they hold a key to expanding the way in which women value and experience politics.
If being a woman is a factor politically, it’s usually not because of a conscious bias, but because women are a novelty.
Targeting women is key in developing countries. It allows them to go to school, to say how many children they’re going to have, which drives the issue of population and how their children will be educated. Women are the best investments in developing countries.
It’s wonderful to be appreciated for being quirky, and to see Zooey Deschanel and the quirky, indie film types get mainstream play is amazing for women, because women are much more complicated than what we’ve see on TV in the past.
Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified.
It’s so great that women are being allowed to be heroes in big things.
Combat duty is strenuous and physically demanding, and I’m not the first person to notice that men and women are built differently. And while many will argue that women will only be allowed into combat arms units under the same requirements as their male counterparts, count me as skeptical.
Women are treated as unjustly in poetry as in life. The feminine ones are not idealistic, and the idealistic not feminine.
Women are completely disadvantaged – despite what men will say. It is not a fair fight.
My go-to gifts are scarves from my friend Matin Maulawizada’s nonprofit organization, Afghan Hands, which supports disenfranchised women in Afghanistan. In exchange for their beautiful embroidery, the women are given financial aid and classes in math and literacy. The scarves are all stunning and one of a kind.
Today in Saudi, women are either at the mercy of their husbands or at the mercy of judges who tend to side with the husbands. The only circumstance that a woman can ask for a divorce or a ‘khali’ is when her husband is in total agreement with her or if she comes from a very powerful family who decide to back her up.
Demands for equality for women are threats to men’s self-esteem and sense of sexual turf.
You just need to be honest with how you’re feeling. But, a lot of women are afraid of it because they think, ‘Oh, they are going to take my baby away. They’re gonna call me incompetent. I’m going to lose my job. I’ve got to be tough, it’s a man’s world.’
I’ve noticed that women are always punished for their sexuality in popular culture.
I am encouraged to see women are being elected in Chile, Argentina, Liberia, Ireland. More is more.
Any woman I know can smell a boyfriend a mile away. Women are intuitive: they know when a guy is interested but he’s not going to be there for her in that boyfriend-y way.
The women are stepping up their degree of difficulty more than the men. A lot of us do the same dives as the men now.
Women are so strong and knowledgeable. You know, instead of competing with each other, I would love to complete each other. Take away that wall of competition and say, ‘Hey, let’s just all get together and help each other be brilliant.’
Women are more difficult to handle than men. It’s their minds.
I think women are not as hung up on the testosterone thing. They’re more collaborative. They multitask better, and I think they’re more results-oriented. They just want to cut to the chase and get it done.
The serious problems facing the world today will never be solved until women are able to use their full potential on behalf of themselves, their families, and their global and local communities, as the World Bank and others have discovered.
If all men are born free, how is it that all women are born slaves?
Women are always told, ‘You’re not going to make it, its too difficult, you can’t do that, don’t enter this competition, you’ll never win it,’ – they need confidence in themselves and people around them to help them to get on.
The American women are very pretty and have great simplicity of character, and the extreme neatness of their appearance is truly delightful: cleanliness is everywhere even more studiously attended to here than in England.
When men and women are able to respect and accept their differences then love has a chance to blossom.
Having a female point of view in the room – when you get into a discussion about behavior – who would say what and how they would interact with one another. In certain situations, women are going to have a different opinion on that than men. It made for a really balanced conversation in the room.
In our civilization, men are afraid that they will not be men enough and women are afraid that they might be considered only women.
I like to play smart, three-dimensional women. I also like to play roles where the women are a little crazy. I just have a feel for crazy people.
Too often, older women are seen as victims, but I know lots of formidable women who have marvellous jobs as well as a full erotic life, and children and friends and family.
Women are still second-class citizens.
Women are what completely inspire me, and they have also been my downfall.
Women are, in general, less shallow visually. If their man gains 10, 20 pounds, they don’t care as much.
The problem for those who assert biblical authority in support of traditional definitions of marriage is that one could, with equal validity, assert that the lending of money or certain kinds of haircuts are forbidden by God, or that slavery and the subjugation of women are authorized by the Lord.
Men and women are equally intelligent, but separate factors, such as the abilities to focus, be collaborative and take other people’s views into account, allow you to be successful.
I believe that I can do more for women by being the best at what I do in the role that I have than going out and just talking about how women are awesome and you shouldn’t mess with them.
Naturally, women are drawn to a man who understands the subtlety of emotions, and they know I’m a passionate man. But the reason I try to keep myself in shape is so I can sing better, not to look good.
I happen to think Latinas, Latin women, are the most beautiful women in the world. So that’s what I’m going to draw. I love women from all cultures, of course, but if I was going to deal with any of them, that would be No. 1 for me.
Sometimes our definitions fall short. Take, for example, the way we view income and labor. It simply doesn’t cover enough of the work that women, and in particular poor women, are doing – especially in their own households and the vast ‘informal‘ economy in which most of the world’s poorest people work.
Madonna is that forbidden thing, the Nietzschean creative woman. Her preoccupation with a high level of work doesn’t allow her to follow the usual script that powerful women are expected to follow – ‘don’t hate me for my success, don’t hate me for my power.’
When women are trying to keep a man, just make sure it’s a man that you want to keep. You know, he might be cute and drives this type of vehicle and has a nice little bank account, but is he really somebody that you would want?
No other group in America has so had their identity socialized out of existence as have black women… When black people are talked about the focus tends to be on black men; and when women are talked about the focus tends to be on white women.
I’ve said this before, that, when you’re in school and you’re the class clown, men are really good at making fun at other people and women are really good at making fun of themselves.
In fact, it was the women in our house who were in the saddle. If men are the gods, women are not only the presidents but all the ministers of the government.
Women are a strange thing. Like watches, houses, and cars, you really only need one at any moment in your life (French men disagree).
Dog whistles about women who want handouts are simply an acceptable way to say that women are not worth as much as the men who must dominate the government. At the heart of Movement Conservatism is the conviction that America belongs to elite men alone.
It’s ingrained in people’s minds that it’s a typecast and a stereotype that women are just emotional and crazy.
It’s axiomatic that all husbands are impossible. But I also think it’s axiomatic that women are slightly impossible.
Women are treated differently by society for exactly the same reason that children and the mentally handicapped are treated differently.
I’ve always said, ‘Underwater or on top, men and women are compatible.’
Women are thought to be more social, more interested in relationships and connections, better at multi-tasking.
Nobody else knew what to do with me because big women are old.
‘Once Upon a Time’, ‘Mirror Mirror’ – those shows and films focus on women and their conflict with one another. What the heck is going on in contemporary fairy tales? Women are not dominating the world; they are not evil.
I always say that women are very strong and men are powerful. But beauty gives you both strength and power. I never think of it. It’s just one of those natural things. It’s the only thing I know how to do.
Women are constantly taught to think about what other people are thinking, from those ‘Jackie‘ magazine quizzes – ‘What’s he thinking?’ – to being a grown adult.
Most women are pragmatists who have allowed extremists on the left and right to manipulate the family issue for their own purposes.
I look at Jessica Alba and think she’s got a great body. I think that’s what women are supposed to look like.
Women are the strong people in this world, not men. I think TV is finally catching up with that reality, and thank God.
I don’t look so closely at women’s fashion, but from the 20th century on, people have had the freedom to express themselves and their individualities, and fashion is one of the most fundamental ways in which they do this, men and women are equally able to express themselves.
Men are just as sensitive, and in some ways more sensitive, than women are.
Listen, ‘real’ women are the reason the fashion industry exists.
Women are coming into their own and breaking down so many boundaries.
There’s something about Southern women that is so unique yet so universal. Strong southern women are allowed to be soft and feminine and have a sense of humor. But what I love about Southern women in particular is their universality.
Linda Hamilton is my hero. She was so tough and so strong and so vulnerable at the same time. I think that’s what woman action figures are allowed to be: vulnerable, in a way that women are.
For guys who are into fitness, I think it’s important to wear slim-fit stuff that is pretty tight so they can show off the bodies they have been working hard to have. Women are going to appreciate that.
Women are very powerful! That’s why I believe in women’s rights and why I fight for it.
The one big, humongous, immense thing that we didn’t change, that we didn’t figure out how to deal with is, if men and women are both going to work throughout their lives, who’s going to take care of the kids?
Progress is being made, but a lot of women are realizing it is not what they envisioned.
In India, by and large, women are not educated enough to be bread winners and, within the moorings of traditional cultures, do not have the courage and the capacity to leave the matrimonial home. Given the inequality prevalent in family structures, the woman’s right to opt out is suicidal.
‘Humans‘ would definitely score really well on the Bechdel test – the one that tracks how well represented women are in drama.
There’s a fascinating school of thought that some women are relationship addicts. You get really strung out on a guy who’s not returning your enthusiasm and tell yourself you’re going to fix him and make him better, and of course it’s impossible.
When women are angry at men, they call them heartless. When men are angry at women, they call them crazy. Sometimes it doesn’t stop there.
Women are important storytellers who help connect the Instagram community to what’s happening in the world.
Investments in women are positively correlated to growth, prosperity, stability, democracy, health – and vital to our national security. We cannot write off the talent of half the world and expect to confront our challenges.
The one thing I like about ‘Playboy’ is they don’t have the anorexic look. The women are voluptuous. So I didn’t really want to diet. I just wanted to tone up.
Women are a sisterhood. They make common cause in behalf of the sex; and, indeed, this is natural enough, when we consider the vast power that the law gives us over them.
And I like the way Cain writes his women. Very strong. They’re kind of lusty, they know what they want, they’re full of conviction. Cain’s women are sexual.
Women are truly, truly awesome.
Women are just as violently minded as men are, but with men, it’s taken for granted.
I think a lot of the time in films, men get roles where they create their own destiny and women are just tools, supporters for that.
In life, single women are the most vulnerable adults. In movies, they are given imaginary power.
I suppose women are attracted to the bad-boy image sometimes because it’s fun to have an adventure. It’s like eating junk food… it’s fun at the time, but ultimately not the best choice.
I think Irish women are strong as horses, incredibly loyal and for the most part, funny, witty, bright and optimistic in the face of devastating reality.
Women are degraded by the propensity to enjoy the present moment, and, at last, despise the freedom which they have not sufficient virtue to struggle to attain.
I just think we tear down women in this country for all these superficial reasons, and women are so great and strong.
I keep thinking about how terrifyingly vulnerable women are in so many countries.
Women are very different to men, and that hasn’t been respected. So when people say there’s never been a good woman painter or poet or engineer or whatever, they don’t understand that our skills are many simultaneously and men’s skills are single.
Having the vote is just symbolic. There are still many issues on which women don’t have any right and, in many countries, where women are given very very few rights.
I think many women are successful in their professional lives – they are making the money and all that – but in their personal lives are a complete mess, because they haven‘t paid any attention to it, because they spent all of their time being successful.
Tennis is interesting because the women are almost more popular than the men. In the U.S. Open, women even get exactly the same money as the men.
There is a misconception that young Muslim women are oppressed. That simply isn’t the case. I choose to dress modestly and choose to cover my hair with a hijab; not all Muslim women make that choice, and that’s okay. We are all different!
Women are often expected to be more amiable or more pleasing or more submissive than men generally.
When I look at most lineups, especially in country, women are definitely lacking in numbers.
Now, women are expected to be equal to men in so many capacities – financially, career-wise, in education – yet the one disconnect was, and is, with relationships.
Whether we like it or not, men and women are not the same in nature, temperament, emotions and emotional responses.
You can hit as many revolutions as you want, but women are always going to wear uncomfortable shoes that look good.
Women are the real architects of society.
Of all the human figurines discovered so far from 30,000-3,000BC, 92% are of the female form. This is not to say there was any kind of matriarchy or worship of a mother goddess – far from it – but women are conspicuous by their presence.
There’s this myth that women are supposed to compete with each other or something, or we’re supposed to hate each other, and that’s totally not productive.
Women are now very comfortable to have babies into their late 30s. You can be a father in your 50s. I’m not saying it’s for everybody, and I think people have to get their own life secure before they take on the responsibility of a partner and children.
But research confirms that both Republican and Democratic women are more likely than their male counterparts to initiate and fight for bills that champion social justice, protect the environment, advocate for families, and promote nonviolent conflict resolution.
Women are tough; women are resilient and have an undying hope.
Eventually I figured out there was something systematic in the way women are treated.
Divorced women, compared to married women, are less satisfied with their lives, which is not surprising. But they’re actually more cheerful, when you look at the average mood they’re in in the course of the day.
I want to steer away from the stereotypes that Latina women are categorized in. I feel like there are so many more opportunities for us. I like going out for those roles that says ‘open ethnicity.’
We are in a world where men and women are on the same platform.
As is the case with many Middle Eastern nations, women are nowhere near equal to men when it comes to basic freedoms and rights that we take for granted every day.
It saddens me to see the reality-television shows that are getting so much fanfare that are a celebration of stupidity and the degradation of women. And those women are consistently wearing too short, too tight dresses. I hope the trend of aging gracefully returns.
I feel like women are asked their age more than men.
I think women are really good at making friends and not good at networking. Men are good at networking and not necessarily making friends. That’s a gross generalization, but I think it holds in many ways.
I think a lot of women are underestimated.
Wherever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or political views, that place must – at that moment – become the center of the universe.
Women are the victims of this patriarchal culture, but they are also its carriers. Let us keep in mind that every oppressive man was raised in the confines of his mother’s home.
Women are so much in love with compliments that rather than want them, they will compliment one another, yet mean no more by it than the men do.
Women are never disarmed by compliments. Men always are. That is the difference between the sexes.
Women are supposed to want to settle down and have a family. That’s not for me.
Generally my feeling is that I think women are just in a universal way coming out, coming to their own more. And they have more opportunity, and basically we’re equal.
In Georgia, apparently, men are men and women are women – at least in their folk dance.
I understand that many young men and women are coming forward to join Youth Congress. I am not surprised. It is only natural. The vast majority of our youth is sober and idealistic. It looks forward to an era of disciplined, planned, constructive activity.
Societies that empower women are less violent in every way.
I’ve always said that I felt women are more heroic.
Women are our most miraculous muse, an enchanted intangibility that encourages all art.
The problem of sexism is getting better, but I don’t know if it’s getting better fast enough. We see more roles for women that don’t entirely revolve around the way in which they function in a man’s life, but typically those women are almost always white, and even then, there are only a few of them.
I think women are used to stepping up and getting the job done when you need to.
Women are hilarious.
In Kenya women are the first victims of environmental degradation, because they are the ones who walk for hours looking for water, who fetch firewood, who provide food for their families.
Whether women are better than men I cannot say – but I can say they are certainly no worse.
Women are the real superheroes because they’re not just working. They have a life and everything.
Men are motivated and empowered when they feel needed. Women are motivated and empowered when they feel cherished.
The vast majority of women who marry still take their husband’s name. And I’m not vilifying that behavior! But that’s a pattern where women are truly still taking on their husbands’ identities.
Women are so many things. We’re sisters, mothers, wives. There are so many things we encompass.
‘Wild Swans’ showed me there are Chinese traditions that still affect my life. For example, it’s not that women are inferior, exactly, but my dad and my brother are the most important men in my life and I would do anything for them. I feel like I should be the one cooking and looking after them.
Crimes against women are growing day by day. Despite this, the mindset of our leaders, politicians, or judicial system is not changing.
I think that women are much more collaborative; men are much more competitive.
We know that society is better – more prosperous, more stable, more peaceful, more cohesive – when women’s rights are respected and when women are valued, empowered, and lead the way in our communities.
What I said was that in a democratic society, people must be permitted to make their choices and that the choices of women should not be subordinate to the choices of men, otherwise women are less than equal, are second-class citizens.
How come women are treated differently from men all the time? Not only handicapped people, but women – and handicapped women, forget it!
The Italians live well. They have problems, like all countries, but they are well-dressed, the women are pretty.
I will say that the idea of a woman being deceptive came from that original discussion with critics and reporters about if woman could do that kind of thing. Evelyn, herself, grew out of the discussions about how capable women are of deceit and lying and manipulation.
I’ve always had that gratitude that I had the opportunity to pursue my potential. So I think my story says that, when women are given the chance and the opportunity, that we can achieve a lot. We deliver. We can make the world a better place, one butt at a time.
Oh, I definitely feel that women are equal to men. No doubt about that.
The thing I will say is that probably culturally, women are treated differently, which means, I think, you’re criticized more, you have to listen a little bit more, you have to justify yourself.
Comedy can be, especially in a writer‘s room, really aggressive, kind of a very male-dominated room, and it would be hard for women. It’s not a nurturing place. It’s not like a lot of women are going to say, I can’t wait to live that lifestyle and be in a writer’s room until 2 or 3 a.m.
You’d be surprised how self-conscious a lot of women are. That’s something I’ve witnessed firsthand.
We women are so judged by the way we dress, and men are not. So style is part of developing your own brand.
That women are mysterious and unknowable is something every young man grows up believing. Men, on the other hand, never think of themselves as mysterious or confusing, and we are often at a loss as to why women want to figure us out.
I think how pay gets determined is pretty broad – experience, how people look, what they bring to the job. But there’s no question women are paid less. Women don’t ask.
Some women are great, and you wouldn’t have been able to get to where you are without them, and others are doing what they can to undermine you.
Unless there is recognition that women are most vulnerable… and you do something about social and cultural equality for women, you’re never going to defeat this pandemic.
Women are a little more assertive in terms of our ability to express our feelings when we fall in love.
I’m just talking specifically of women’s friendships. If two women go to a bar and they are fighting over men, it makes it much easier for the men. If two women are very close and they act as it makes it very difficult for the men to pull one over on anybody.
I love stories about women, and I think stories about women are generally pretty underrepresented.
Women are able to fit public service into their lives. Once they find out they like it and can do it, there is plenty of room to grow.
In Latin America, women are supposed to be voluptuous. They don’t believe that you have to be skinny to be attractive.
Women are systematically degraded by receiving the trivial attentions which men think it manly to pay to the sex, when, in fact, men are insultingly supporting their own superiority.
There are ways that women absorb situations, and I think women are different kinds of listeners. They’re different in terms of how they parse out problem solving.
We cannot ensure that women will be free of discrimination in the workplace and everywhere as long as women are not universally defended under our Constitution. As it stands now, the equal rights of women are subject to interpretation of law. That is a risk our mothers, sisters and daughters cannot afford.
Women are smart enough and strong enough to make their own health care decisions and should be able to make these decisions in private, consulting with their doctors and families as they choose.
In the American office lexicon, ‘aging’ – and its close cousin ‘old’ – are inconsistent modifiers. While older women are often labeled as ‘tired’ and ‘out of touch,’ aging men get to be ‘distinguished‘ and ‘seasoned.’
Women in general interest me. I like how women are more liable to talk about real things, personal things.
Women are never the protagonists; we’re always reactionary against everything that’s done to us. I like people who write for women that have got a bit more about them.
I believe women are the glue of everything.
Women are still congenitally Democratic – and I’m the Republican pollster saying that.
Women are, I think, moved by the idea that self-sacrifice is noble and can be the source of great joy.
I think I am at my best when my hair is short. It’s easier to take care of and more of who I am. Women are conditioned to think we need long hair.
Yes, women are stronger than us. They face more directly the problems that confront them, and for that reason they are much more spectacular to talk about. I don’t know why I am more interested in women, because I don’t go to any psychiatrists, and I don’t want to know why.
As long as women are in the work force making their own money and decisions, men are going to have to realize that this way of life is here to stay – because it takes two incomes to make it and more now. The sooner you address your style of saving and spending with your mate the better off your relationship will be.
I’ve said this before, and I’m sure there are people who disagree, but I feel like one of the reasons there aren’t a lot more women in stand-up – and there are many more now; it’s not parity, but it’s getting there – is that women are not socialized to look stupid or silly. They’re socialized to be pretty and precious.
We might have to broaden our scope of how we think about where women are vulnerable, because different things make different women vulnerable.
Women are inherently told their bodies are objects, so that’s how we treat them.
In television, women can really run anything. It can be a comedy, it can be a drama, it can be genre, it can be anything. But in films, women are still getting to the top.
Money and women are the most sought after and the least known about of any two things we have.
Women are so complicated, it’s unbelievable.
The fact of the matter is most women are pro life.
Over the years, the most ponderous problem for women has been that men think that men and women are very different. Another of our massive problems is that women also think that men and women are very different.
Men are by nature merely indifferent to one another; but women are by nature enemies.
My complexion, we too gutter: light-skinned women are more sensitive.
My Cape women are generally true to type – big hearted, motherly women who love the sea. My other characters, with the exception of the Portuguese, who I occasionally mention as Cape dwellers, are obviously drawn from the city types one sees in everyday life.
When I was younger, I felt very much like, ‘Oh, I have to be a certain way, I have to look a certain way.’ You really, really don’t. That’s the way women are treated differently than men. I mean, I’ve had actors argue with me about this.
Women are liked better when they lose.
I think women are amazing and women’s friendships are like a sisterhood and we should see more of it in television and film.
The old boy network is still very strong and very true. Just look at the stock exchange and how many men and women are there. It is still very much run by men.
I think women are really good at multitasking. Men just cannot do it.
When women are more educated, the nation progresses.
Men are awesome, but they’re pretty easy to figure out; women are way more complicated, and way more interesting.
I think women are really self-analytical in a way that men aren’t.
No matter what else they’re doing, women are also always nurturing.
There’s a personality trait known as agreeableness. Agreeable people are compassionate and polite. And agreeable people get paid less than disagreeable people for the same job. Women are more agreeable than men.
You know what I like about San Francisco? The women are beautiful, fashionable and smart. San Francisco is one of the only cities I like to visit. I love New York and Chicago – I studied there, and L.A. has the same people as New York.
Younger women tend to be busier, wearing more layers and more make-up. I don’t know if it’s because older women are more confident, or just that we don’t care any more. But that pared-down approach is the same with the sentences I write; I take out adjectives and adverbs and keep the description to a minimum.
Because sorry to say, women run the house. They run the family. They hold things up. I mean, it’s like you don’t ever see your mom get sick because she handles everything. And it’s kind of amazing I think to show people just how strong women are.
Women are capable of doing so many things these days, physically, emotionally, within relationships and career. There are so many things that women have evolved into and I feel really proud about where women are right now.
Women are the first witnesses to the resurrection and pillars of the early church.
Most women are wise to the fact that lots of men love a cat-fight, and thus go out of their way not to give them one.
Women are the only exploited group in history to have been idealized into powerlessness.
I’m not an ardent feminist – well, maybe I am an ardent feminist. I just roll my eyes at the way women are constantly used and how sensitive men are about photographs of themselves.
I do think that having the villain be a woman is just as feminine, because we’re not just saying, ‘Women are wonderful and made of marshmallows,’ but women can be anything. They can be amazing superheroes, or they can be dastardly villains, and everything in between.
Women are trying to have it all but are trying to regain control over their time. That’s why many women are busting out of the traditional workforce and starting their own businesses.
I don’t care for the music when they’re talking bad about women because I think women are God’s greatest gift to the planet – I just like music.
It gets quite difficult for me when I listen to pop music. I don’t often understand the words, but when someone translates them to me, I think, ‘What is this song representing? That women are just there to be treated like objects?’
Men think we can’t do two things at once. They can’t, but we can. Women are more resilient.
There are many types of preventive health care services that are covered, things like blood pressure medication, for example. And women are merely asking that their health be taken just as seriously.
Women are, in my view, natural peacemakers. As givers and nurturers of life, through their focus on human relationships and their engagement with the demanding work of raising children and protecting family life, they develop a deep sense of empathy that cuts through to underlying human realities.
We need to create a society where girls and women are getting the same encouragement and support to build their careers as the boys and men are. From the start.
I know some women are intimidated by makeup.
Women are amazing lovers.
Most African women are taught to endure abusive marriages. They say endurance means a good wife but most women endure abusive relationship because they are not empowered economically; they depend on their husbands.
Right now women are using surrogates because they can’t be pregnant. What worries me is the possibility that soon they’ll use surrogates because they don’t want to be pregnant.
The economic freedom has come to a lot of us who are lucky, but many women are still beaten up by husbands, even when they are breadwinners.
Latin women are very comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality. We aren’t afraid to show that off a little bit more.
I think women are too valuable to be in combat.
Men and women are custodians of this society, and we both decide what’s going to happen for our future. I feel that very, very strongly.
I think women are taught to ask permission about everything. We don’t realize that we are entitled and we do have a say in our lives.
I think – everything just in the political realm – women are usually perceived to be more trustworthy and compassionate. And they usually fare well against their male counterpart.
You hear about these shows where there are all these women are supposedly always in a catfight, and then you find out in reality that they’re all getting along fine.
Being trans, I’ve grown up with the understanding that most women are born girls, yet some are born boys. And most men are born boys, yet some are born girls. And if you’re ready for this, some people are born girls or boys and choose to identify outside our society’s binary system, making them genderqueer.
I don’t really care what people tell children – when you believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy, one more fib won’t hurt. But I am infuriated by the growing notion, posited in some touchy-feely quarters, that all women are, or can be, beautiful.
Women are from their very infancy debarred those Advantages with the want of which they are afterwards reproached.
Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more.
Women are, in general, less shallow visually. If their man gains 10, 20 pounds, they don’t care as much. But I’ve been with women over the years when my weight fluctuated, and they’re definitely more interested physically when I am in really great shape.
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.
What’s interesting is that both men and women are struggling with this issue in remarkably similar percentages, but the big difference is that women tend to talk about this when men keep it silent.
Life does not stand still for families and local communities when our brave men and women are deployed, but we can make their time apart more bearable by recognizing their sacrifice and fulfilling our commitments to them.
Women are living independently, but we don’t yet have the social and economic policies behind us to support that independence.
Women are repeatedly accused of taking things personally. I cannot see any other honest way of taking them.
Women have full equality with men before the Lord. By nature, the roles of women differ from those of men. This knowledge has come to us with the Restoration of the gospel in the fullness of times, with an acknowledgment that women are endowed with the great responsibilities of motherhood and nurturing.
There are no more excuses for leaving women out of the inner circles of power. Qualified women are everywhere. Women are ready for leadership; they just need to be identified and asked.
I’m surrounded by all these strong women – my publicist, my manager, and my wife – and sometimes I think that women are more evolved than men, and they are able to process a heartache better.
If you do the math, films featuring women are a good investment.
Women are far and away the bigger consumers of fiction than men, but men are still far and away the more reviewed, the more critically esteemed, the more respected. That can get frustrating.
Now is the most exciting time in fashion. Women are controlling their destiny now, the consumer is more knowledgeable, and I have to be better every single day.
For blacks in our society, victimization may be a true issue. But it isn’t a true issue for women. Neither men nor women are victimized. The true issue, that I try to point out, is that both sexes suffer restricted roles.
I by no means intend to simplify the challenges women face in any culture. Women are marginalized in all cultures in my opinion, some in more extreme ways than others.
Women are clear-headed, they are more creative and for this reason, sometimes, also more fragile.
In discussions around the hiring and firing of Black faculty at universities, the charge is frequently heard that Black women are more easily hired than are Black men.
Comedy’s really about not being afraid to look terrible, look ugly, look silly, make fun of yourself. And that’s something that women are just not socialized to do. But more women are doing it, and more women have examples of women doing it brilliantly.
Most men are very attached to the idea of being male, and usually experience a lot of fear and insecurity around the idea of being a man. Most women are very identified with their gender, and also experience a tremendous amount of fear and insecurity.
The dual scourge of hunger and malnutrition will be truly vanquished not only when granaries are full, but also when people’s basic health needs are met and women are given their rightful role in societies.
I think women are taking charge of the origins of a production, which is the most important part. Because you can’t be a victim of whatever people ask you to do.
Beguiling voices in the world cry out for ‘alternative lifestyles’ for women. They maintain that some women are better suited for careers than for marriage and motherhood.
Women are better at reading body language everywhere in the world. As a matter of fact, it’s associated with the female hormone estrogen. Women are better at figuring out of tone of voice, reading your face and posture and gesture.
We need women to go through apprentice programs. I’ve seen women who did, and who are now highly trained electricians and welders. These are jobs that women are capable of doing.
I’m so proud that women are playing a great role in these demonstrations, in this so-called revolution. Because our women showed that women play a great role in everyday life.
San Francisco is a mad city – inhabited for the most part by perfectly insane people whose women are of a remarkable beauty.
Feminism is hated because women are hated. Anti-feminism is a direct expression of misogyny; it is the political defense of women hating.
As a feminist, just to speak to what women go through, I think women are put in a box way too often. What I love about ‘You’re the Worst’ is that no female character is portrayed as a black-and-white cartoon character. We’re all complicated, messy human beings.
People of color and women are increasingly being shown on-screen. For things to be whitewashed just doesn’t make sense.
It’s just a given that women are working and are ambitious and have things they want to accomplish, and that stymies the amount of time they have to look around for a perfect guy.
What I really need is for people to know that I don’t just do this, I do this and this and this and this. We all have creativity in us and we all are multi-dimensional and we are all interested in a lot of things and that women are fabulous. We can handle a lot of things.
Having Black hair is unique in that Black women change up styles a lot. You can walk down one street block in New York City and see 10 different hairstyles that Black women are wearing: straight curls, short cuts, braids – we really run the gamut.
We often see literature about women that impair and immerse the women themselves, such as when women are portrayed as objects of consumerism.
I think women are amazing for being able to show what they feel. I admire women who do. I think it’s a mistake when women cover their emotions to look tough. I say let’s own who we are and use it as a strength.
Women are half the population and they know how to take care of themselves, if they are only given access to health care.
First, women are more likely to live in poverty during their retirement years than are men.
Why is it men are permitted to be obsessed about their work, but women are only permitted to be obsessed about men?
Women are not totally nauseous after seeing me.
Looking at female candidates today, other women are the hardest on them, especially older women who were brought up in a different culture.
I became a lesbian because of women, because women are beautiful, strong, and compassionate.
I’m not that fashion-conscious. A lot of times, when women are appearing to be so perfect, it’s because they’re a mess underneath.
It isn’t that women are less ambitious, but women want to find a balance between work, love, and family.
When I get dolled up to go out, men turn their heads and I’m used to it. But I think all women are sexy and should embrace that side of themselves.
We ought to have more women in various management positions, because women are the ones who decide almost everything in the home.
Women are good at emotional things. We are emotional people. It is much harder to be cold and unemotional.
The belief that men and women are different, the decision to date a Christian girl, and the audacity to disagree with one’s liberal friends suggest a radicalism so dangerous it merits a New York Times investigation.
I’m just waiting for the moment where it’s accepted that women are just as sexual as men without women having to be overtly sexy just to prove how ‘liberated’ they are.
Women are always complaining about men’s fascination with breasts. But what if men were absolutely indifferent to breasts? What would women do then with these things that serve one function once or twice in a lifetime, and the rest of the time are just in the way?
I have been watching how Indian women are forced to do certain things, as the stories of sacrifice and devotion in mythology demand from them. And then there are inspiring stories about women like the Rani of Jhansi that offer women refreshing role models.
Women are better than men.
I think women are usually a little bit nervous about wearing white denim.
Women are strong now. Women are dominating the charts, and women are doing it for themselves. We’re kicking butt and taking no prisoners.
I think women are sick and tired of being portrayed as victims, a lot of the time anyway, the bulk of their time on film.
Whenever you have to do a photo shoot with a woman, there is this weird competition. They need to prove something. They need to play games – maybe unconsciously – but women are so sensitive, and people call me more masculine sometimes.
I think where men are credited for being strong, women are divas. I just think it’s such a cop out.
My decision to register women confirms what is already obvious throughout our society-that women are now providing all types of skills in every profession. The military should be no exception.
Where women are concerned, the rule is never to go out with anyone better dressed than you.
People ask me why I write strong women, and I say, ‘Well, I don’t like stupid ones.’ Who would want to read about weak and whiny women? Are they people who assume women are weak and whiny? If so, why do they think that?
Part of what we did is change that misconception that reggaeton is machista and misogynist. On the contrary, women are our biggest fans, and they inspire us.
I don’t think men are that attracted by glamour. I think women are attracted by glamour. I think men are attracted by a sense of friendship.
A lot of women are afraid of loneliness, so when they see a woman who can live alone, then they think, ‘Hmm, I can do that.’ But you need an example, and that is why I am proud to say I have divorced three husbands.
Overall, female scientists have fewer resources than male scientists, just as poor people have less access to health care. But if you compare male and female scientists with identical resources, you find that the women are just as likely to be successful.
That’s not to say that women’s priorities are better than men’s. Rather, when women are empowered, when they can speak from the experience of their own lives, they often address different, previously neglected issues. And families and whole communities benefit.
Women are the harshest critics of other women.
I’ve never seen a world where only men were responsible for the violence, and the women were innocent. They go together. Men and women are a violent mixture.
I didn’t think I was a humorless shrew in ‘Knocked Up.’ I think the women are just as funny as the men are in that movie.
A lot of middle-aged women are children still trying to find their way.
Women are choosing to stay single rather than marry men who can’t step up and provide.
I think the rules will change and I think more and more young women are going to decide that having a family and taking care of a home is not a bad choice, but how do we subsidize it – not necessarily European-style socialism. It’ll have to be a new more creative, dynamic and local solution.
The fictional narratives that television, film, and the news provide for girls and young women are appalling.
In India, women are still the primary caregivers. Whether it be for children, whether it be for old people or sick people, you are the primary caregiver. No matter what position you are in.
I feel like people are funny, and women are people, so I’m sick of the distinction.
I believe that all women should have children. I think women are made to have children and to be mothers. I also think women have to have an identity outside the home.
Women are naturally secretive, and they like to do their own secreting.
Women are strong. We can do it all. But not always at the same time.
You know, women are as promiscuous as men and yet, of course, people are inhibited from having an affair or a relationship because the real-world consequences are a drag.
If I pop off and do something drastic, everyone’s going to realise because they know I’m 50. Anyway, middle-aged women are sensational.
Women are the sustaining force of any society – they think of the children and the next generation‘s chances.
We women are constantly at war with our bodies, it is hard to find amnesty for ourselves.
There are certain things women are better at than men.
Women are as much politicians as men, and I hope that more and more women will enter public life through politics, as this would not only increase participation of women in public life but also have a salutary effect for the amelioration of women’s status in India.
I think that a big shame of how women are approached in business is they’re oftentimes looked to for perspective and not implementation.
What would ultimately de-escalate the challenges of society would be for people to get educated, especially for more women to be educated because when more women are educated, they invest much more of their time and income in ensuring that the next generation would perform even more than they have done.
Women are the first to jump on what is fashionable.
Curvy women are gorgeous. All women are gorgeous.
I don’t know if women are meant to run, especially after having kids.
Most people assume that women are responsible for households and child care. Most couples operate that way – not all. That fundamental assumption holds women back.
To me, it’s exciting that women are dominating the pop charts.
Women are in a position now to voice their opinion… women are getting empowered. The more power they get, the more voice they get to shift certain things around. Now I have a daughter, I understand. When I didn’t have a daughter, I didn’t understand.
Women are responsible for creating their own roles.
Most women are not as young as they are painted.
Jane Austen‘s characters for women are always very strong, opinionated and elegantly written, so they’re always great for an actress to have a chance to do.
Women have a way of contorting things sometimes. We all have our moods, ups and downs. Or if the guy doesn’t say anything when you walk out with a new top and the guy has no idea why you’re mad at him. So of course, women are complicated.