Best 5 620 of Women quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Harriet Quimby

The men flyers have given out the impression that aeroplaning is very perilous work, something that an ordinary mortal should not dream of attempting. But when I saw how easily the man flyers manipulated their machines I said I could fly.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Elizabeth George

God’s beautiful woman spares no effort to provide the best she can for her beloved family.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Tracy Guzeman

Why do I seem to have this effect on women? They're around me and they cry.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Riane Eisler

It is also more than likely that women invented that most fundamental of all material technologies, without which civilization could not have evolved: the domestication of plants and animals. In fact, even though this is hardly ever mentioned in the books and classes where we learn history of "ancient man", most scholars today agree that this is probably how it was. They note that in contemporary gatherer-hunter societies, women, not men, are typically in charge of processing food. It would thus have been more likely that it was women who first dropped seeds on the ground of their encampments, and also began to tame young animals by feeding and caring for them as they did for their own young. Anthropologists also point to the fact that in the primarily horticultural economies of "developing" tribes and nations, contrary to Western assumptions, the cultivation of the soil is to this day primarily in the hands of women.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ljupka Cvetanova

In women he doesn't trust! He is an atheist.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Margaret Mead

Many women, particularly young women, have claimed the right to use the most explicit sex terms, including extremely vulgar ones, in public as well as private. But it is men, far more than women, who have been liberated by this change. For now that women use these terms, men no longer need to watch their own language in the presence of women. But is this a gain for women?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sarah Cross

Everyone loves a kick-ass girl. (Well- maybe not her enemies, but you know what I mean.)

By Anonym 15 Sep

Samuel Smiles

Woman is the heart of humanity ... its grace, ornament, and solace.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lucy H. Pearce

In my work with hundreds of women over the past few years a theme has emerged: women’s desperate, unquenchable desire to step into their power, countered by the fear of what will happen if they do. The longing to express the riches inside them, wrestling with the deep terror of being burned by the judgement, hatred or rejection of strangers or loved ones if they do. This fear of being burned is an oddly female one. It is a fear which keeps us small and scared… but seemingly safe. From the outside this can seem like an overreaction. Both the need, and the fear. But women, it seems, have an innate knowing of what it means to burn… and be burned. They know the dangers in their bones. And it makes them wary.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Elfriede Jelinek

Women age early, and their mistake is not knowing where to hide all the time that lies behind them so that no one sees it. What are they to do, devour it like the umbilical cords of their children? Hell and damnation!

By Anonym 14 Sep

Hazel Hawke

I think that women of my generation have had a real need to form networks and friendships because it's been, as they say, a man's world, and women have felt excluded and isolated to a large degree. When women get together in numbers their strength compounds and is seen and felt by themselves and others.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sady Doyle

Good-girl-gone-queer Lindsay Lohan, divorced single mother Britney Spears, Caitlyn Jenner with her sultry poses, Kim Kardashian having the gall to show up on the cover of Vogue with her black husband: All of them are tied to the tracks and gleefully run over, less for what they've done than for the threat they pose to the idea that female sexuality fits within a familiar and safe pattern. If control over women's bodies were the sole point of the trainwreck, that would be terrifying enough. But it's only the beginning: Shame and fear are used to police pretty much every aspect of being female. After you've told someone what to do with her body, you need to tell her what to do with her mind.

By Anonym 14 Sep

St. Catherine

The Devil often places himself upon the tongues of creatures, causing them to chatter nonsensically.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Anita Brookner

Like many rich men, he thought in anecdotes; like many simple women, she thought in terms of biography.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Thomas Hardy

I have no fear of men, as such, nor of their books. I have mixed with them--one or two of them particularly-- almost as one of their own sex. I mean I have not felt about them as most women are taught to feel--to be on their guard against attacks on their virtue; for no average man-- no man short of a sensual savage--will molest a woman by day or night, at home or abroad, unless she invites him. Until she says by a look 'Come on' he is always afraid to, and if you never say it, or look it, he never comes.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Roman Payne

Our lips were for each other and our eyes were full of dreams. We knew nothing of travel and we knew nothing of loss. Ours was a world of eternal spring, until the summer came.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Bonnie Marcus

Political skills are essential career competencies to get ahead and stay ahead.

By Anonym 20 Sep

G. M. Ford

Where’s Nadine?” “She went out for a walk the other day and didn’t come back.” “Really.” I tried to sound surprised. “No sweat,” he said. “Pussy may well be the only true renewable resource, Leo. I’ve got another one lined up for when I get back.” I had to admire a man with that kind of insight and planning.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Wiss Auguste

Her legs were heavy. A grunt followed each step she took. Each step she took sent a painful sensation up her spine. Each step she took caused her knees to wobble. Yet she walked.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Francis Thompson

Oh invisible, we view thee, O world intangible, we touch thee, o world unknowable, we know thee.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Henrietta Newton Martin

Tigers and Women ! Tigers and women have something in common, it is their disposition; they must be treated majestically.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Joy Browne

It's not unusual for kids in their twenties to be mad at their parents.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jalaja Bonheim

When women get together, they tell stories. This is how it has always been. Telling stories is our way of saying who we are, where we have come from, what we know, and where we might be headed.

By Anonym 16 Sep

A. H. Septimius

I love you for unfathomable reasons

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sheryl Sandberg

Still, my argument was that if she was going to work for the next 30 years, what difference does "going back" 4 years really make? If the other path made her happier and offered her a chance to learn new skills, that meant she was actually moving forward.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Benazir Bhutto

Benazir Bhutto doesn't cease to exist the moment she gets married. I am not giving myself away. I belong to myself and I always shall.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Patience Johnson

God is not interested in helping you finding out why you are in a mess, He is interested in fixing it.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Mary Mcgrory

And the propensity of weak and empty people to follow a leader into the darkness from which there is no return is still flourishing, as ever.

By Anonym 13 Sep

John Crowe Ransom

Captain Carpenter rose up in his prime Put on his pistols and went riding out But had got wellnigh nowhere at that time Till he fell in with ladies in a rout.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jonathan Maberry

She looked like a character from a video game. One of those improbably busty, impossibly well-armed superchicks who could do acrobatics and hit the kill zone even while firing guns from both hands during a cartwheel. "You look fucking ridiculous," she told herself.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Hazlitt

Gallantry to women - the sure road to their favor - is nothing but the appearance of extreme devotion to all their wants and wishes, a delight in their satisfaction, and a confidence in yourself as being able to contribute toward it

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sheryl Sandberg

But I also know that in order to continue to grow and challenge myself, I have to believe in my own abilities. I still face situations that I fear are beyond my capabilities. I still have days when I feel like a fraud. And I still sometimes find myself spoken over and discounted while men sitting next to me are not. But now I know how to take a deep breath and keep my hand up. I have learned to sit at the table.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Bell Hooks

It's in the act of having to do things that you don't want to that you learn something about moving past the self. Past the ego.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rabindranath Tagore

The time has come when I must divest Bimala of all the ideal decorations with which I decked her. It was owing to my own weakness that I indulged in such idolatry. I was too greedy. I created an angel of Bimala, in order to exaggerate my own enjoyment. But Bimala is what she is. It is preposterous to expect that she should assume the role of an angel for my pleasure. The Creator is under no obligation to supply me with angels, just because I have an avidity for imaginary perfection.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Abha Maryada Banerjee

SILENCE does not always mean 'NEUTRALITY'! Sometimes, it may mean 'consenting' to a wrong, sometimes it may mean 'condoning' a mistake and sometimes it may mean giving space to the wrong doer....SOMETIMES, we need to get up and FIGHT!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Inga Muscio

Given my swimmingly fetching cultural milieu, getting used to this bleeding business took quite a while. In the meantime, I fervently asked people why the hell this happened to us girls. Various sources consistently informed me that it was (big sigh) “just part of being a woman” (big sigh), or the good ol’ standby curse we inherited from Eve.

By Anonym 13 Sep

George Eliot

A woman's heart must be of such a size and no larger, else it must be pressed small, like Chinese feet; her happiness is to be made as cakes are, by a fixed recipe.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jane Austen

Maria was married on Saturday. In all important preparations of mind she was complete, being prepared for matrimony by a hatred of home, by the misery of disappointed affection, and contempt of the man she was to marry. The bride was elegantly dressed and the two bridesmaids were duly inferior. Her mother stood with salts, expecting to be agitated, and her aunt tried to cry. Marriage is indeed a maneuvering business.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Mahatma Gandhi

Any young man, who makes dowry a condition to marriage, discredits his education and his country and dishonours womanhood.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Hazel V. Carby

The objective of stereotypes is not to reflect or represent a reality but to function as a disguise, or mystification, of objective social relations.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Robin Sacredfire

There’s a reason for the word heartbeat not be called beat of heart. The perfect woman only needs a good beat. The heart will follow. Emotions, when put in equilibrium with reason, create more miracles than any emotion, no matter how strong, deprived from reason. This is why it’s much easier to love a woman that can play the drums or any other instrument with rhythm, than one that believes in unreasonable magic, simply because there’s more magic in reason than in the lack of it. You see, loving someone that you truly want to love, someone you admire, someone you want to spend your time with, helping, sharing and growing together, makes much more sense than expecting someone to love you for no reason than your will, needs and desires. And when humans understand this, they will understand love, find it easily and never lose it again.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Karni Liddell

Choices in life are not and should not be determined by our life circumstances.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Anderson

Then the truth is this: a good man can only aspire to be worthy of a good woman. She'll always be out of his league in ways he'll never understand. But he'll appreciate what he doesn't understand—if he's smart.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alexandra Kollontai

How difficult it is for today's woman to cast aside this capacity, internalized in the course of centuries, of millenniums, with which she tried to assimilate herself to the man whom fate seemed to have singled out to be her lord and master. How difficult she will find it to convince herself that woman must reckon self-renunciation as a sin, even a renunciation for the sake of the beloved and for the sake of the power of love.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Salman Rushdie

Repression is a seamless garment; a society which is authoritarian in its social and sexual codes, which crushes its women beneath the intolerable burdens of honour and propriety, breeds repressions of other kinds as well.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sanjo Jendayi

She keeps telling herself and others that she doesn't want a relationship to silence the longing in her soul. That alternative fact feeds her insecurities and starves her soul.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Abha Maryada Banerjee

When your sense of respect for others.. Your humility despite a chance at arrogance.. is MISCONSTRUED, MISUNDERSTOOD AND JUDGED.. Put a stop , pull the brakes..Some people do not deserve it!!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kathleen Turner

I feel different, better, about my personal life as well as my professional life. So much confidence comes simply because I have reached this very good age. Women my age today are forging new ground. Society stops defining us by our reproductive capacity, sexual attractiveness, or other traditional measures, so we become liberated from stereotype. We are freed to grow into our full selves. I couldn’t have allowed myself to feel so positive in the past. When I was at the height of my film career, I didn’t have the kind of respect I now have from the theatrical community. I hadn’t yet proved that I have the chops for the stage. But now I have a stature I’ve never before enjoyed. Virginia Woolf herself observed that when her Aunt Mary left her enough money to live on, her financial independence meant she “need not hate” or “flatter any man.” She said this was of even more value to her freedom and autonomy than the right to vote.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ralph Waldo Emerson

England produces under favorable conditions of ease and culture the finest women in the world. And, as the men are affectionate and true-hearted, the women inspire and refine them.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Toni Sorenson

A woman’s belly is the garden of life. Her mind is the gateway to meaning. Her heart is the source of love. And her eyes are the light by which the whole world sees beauty.