In this post, you will find great Strong Women Quotes from famous people, such as Kerry Washington, Sarah Snook, David Bailey, Twinkle Khanna, Karen Black. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
My mother is one of seven kids, so I have a lot of strong women in my family, and I have supportive, beautiful relationships with all of them.
I’ve always played strong women who are doing their own thing.
There are times where you don’t think you can be one of those strong women. You’re not one of the leaders right? But that doesn’t mean you’re not. And that doesn’t mean you’re not a trailblazer.
I grew up in a family with two very strong women, my mother and my older sister, and they were big influences on my life. I’ve spent a life loving women, and studying them as much as I can, or am allowed to.
I love strong women in films that are allowed to play women and not male fantasies.
I like writing strong women, because as a straight male, there’s nothing more attractive to me than a strong girl.
All the women in ‘Coronation Street‘ and ‘Brookside,’ they are all so funny. A lot of women bore me, but I love the strong women in soaps.
It’s hard to keep moving forward, keep working, and keep your head up, but that’s what strong women do. Especially being a mom, I can’t fall apart.
When I was a kid, my grandparents were Greek immigrants on my father’s side. My grandfather used to read me Greek myths, in which there are a great many goddesses and stories of strong women. And I was entranced by them. Then I started reading science fiction very young, and I loved it.
Strong women, that’s who I really respect.
I love strong women like Uma Thurman, Meryl Streep, and Charlize Theron.
I grew up with strong women around me. My grandmother came to this country not able to speak the language, on her own with seven kids. And she got through it.
There aren’t enough good roles for strong women. I wish we had more female writers. Most of the female characters you see in films today are the ‘poor heartbroken girl.’
I’m far more drawn to performances by strong women than I am to men.
I love and really respect strong women. I’m obsessed with Scarlett Johansson and Drew Barrymore and Penelope Cruz. They are just really incredibly strong-willed, intelligent females in the industry.
I love strong women.
I have a feisty side to me and I love playing the strong women.
We’ve always had very strong women in my family.
With the strong women I write about, I want to create a sense of strong possibilities.
Especially for young girls growing up, it would be lovely to see strong women who don’t necessarily need to be sexy or find that interesting. Or have to be the girlfriend or the mother. They can play complex characters that you want to follow and make you believe that you can be strong as well.
The beauty of ‘The Hunger Games‘ and also ‘Game of Thrones,’ in fairness, both projects have really complex, three-dimensional, contradictory, strong women… The writing of female characters is extraordinary and equal to the men.
People appreciate a confident man. They love a strong man, and when it comes to a woman, I don’t know if people just expect women not to speak up for themselves or be weak or just always be the follow-behind, but I’m proud that I’m in a generation of leaders. I’m proud that I’m surrounded by very strong women.
I like strong women. Physical women.
There are some people who still feel threatened by strong women. That’s their problem. It’s not mine.
In Colombia, women are a huge factor for reconciliation. I have seen many strong women advocating for negotiations. I remember when the paramilitary were active, there were women close to the paramilitary asking for negotiations.
I just have that cop gene going on. I like strong women. I think a lot of women relate to strong characters, and a cop is still a strong character.
I think that we’re in a really amazing time, where there are really a lot of really fantastic female actresses and comedians. I imagine there’s just a lot of opportunity for women to have powerful roles. Or it’s just that there’s more women writing TV. Women tend to maybe write strong women.
I grew up in a family with two very strong women, my mother and my older sister, and they were big influences on my life.
If there’s a common denominator in all of the parts I’ve played, they are all strong women in tough situations.
My gender has never been an issue or a limitation. I was fortunate enough to be surrounded by strong women growing up, and with them as my role models, I was never limited by the traditional roles women find themselves in.
I like to think that I represent myself as a strong woman, so to work with other strong women I find very inspiring.
I was raised by strong women, and the role models I had in music and cinema were strong, too – liberated and provocative.
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.
I think my mom is kind of this way, too. We’re just such strong women. My mom’s been through so much, so I think that’s where I got it from.
I grew up among strong women so I know what it’s like to be loved and humiliated in a heartbeat.
My mom. My grandma, my grandfather. We have a very strong, strong line of amazing people in the family. Very strong women.
In community work, you reach some people, but in writing, I can reach many more people, not only in exploring issues of domestic violence, but also by showing the importance of strong women in communities.
It’s interesting when people say, ‘You always play strong women,’ because as far as I’m concerned, women are strong. I think that’s what women are. We have got that vulnerability, but we have got that strength. We are survivors.
It’s frustrating we still don’t see more movies featuring strong women.
Many men admire strong women, but they don’t love them.
I’m used to very strong women because my mother was particularly strong, and my father was away all the time. My mother was a big part of bringing up three boys, so I was fully versed in the strength of a powerful woman, and accepted that as the status quo.
I’m really inspired by playing strong women. Anything that I can be a part of like that, to be a role model for young women.
I’ve always been drawn to strong women in every genre, people who push the boundaries because they’re just epic.
I definitely come from a line of strong women. It’s not only like my mother and my grandmother, but my aunties too.
Apparently, I hear from people I always play strong women. I don’t see them that way.