Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best All Women Quotes from famous authors such as Rene Russo, Linda Sarsour, Helen Slater, Nancy Dubuc, Dawn O’Porter. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I didn’t have a father growing up, and I was raised with all women, and I didn’t really understand men. I thought they were like women, right?
When you talk about feminism, you’re talking about the rights of all women and their families to live in dignity, peace, and security. It’s about giving women access to health care and other basic rights.
I can’t speak for all women, but I do think that… I mean, me and my girlfriends, we definitely… we’re in crisis on a continuous basis…or at least monthly, for sure, I don’t know.
If you’re going to be a media brand and not just a linear television brand, then you have to make sure you’re speaking to all women and all interests, so it may mean that you end up smaller audiences serving individual pieces of content, but the aggregate is what’s important and what we’re paying attention to.
I think the fact that all women get branded as the same, desperate for love, desperate for children, is just a really unmodern attitude.
I think all women in Hollywood are known as sex symbols. You’re merchandised, you’re a product.
There’s something of a painting of a woman that represents all women – and by extension, all of humanity – that I just find very exciting. It’s a nice distillation, I think, of what it means to be alive.
No doubt exists that all women are crazy; it’s only a question of degree.
I don’t feel that I’ve faced discrimination. I’ve had every chance to succeed and more, and I think that’s what all women should have.
I think that all women, unless they are absolutely asleep, must be feminists up to a point.
It just doesn’t make any sense for someone to say, ‘Is there room for people who support the state of Israel and do not criticize it in the movement?’ There can’t be in feminism. You either stand up for the rights of all women, including Palestinians, or none. There’s just no way around it.
I was raised in that generation where it was all ‘Women can have it all!’ and I don’t think you can. I think something falls off the table. The good thing is that the things that stay on the table become so much more important.
Men were created to have facial hair like women were created to be smooth-faced. Well, not all women. I’ve seen pockets where that’s not the case, and that’s not good.
There shouldn’t be a segregation of women over a size 16, it should just be all women who want to wear beautiful clothes.
I married beneath me, all women do.
I think all women want to get out of our own little bubble and challenge a man’s world. And I love challenges.
When a garment is in sync with your body and its proportions, it looks and feels amazing, and in France that is something that all women know from a young age.
On the campaign, I’ve had the privilege of advocating for important issues that affect all women, like demanding equal pay for equal work, pushing to raise our minimum wage, and promoting the idea of paid family leave.
All women are strong, and we don’t need to write stronger female roles; what we need to start writing is real women that have emotions and have real-life thoughts.
It’s a rite of passage for all women to make sure the next generation is in a better place than you. I will play my part.
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.
It is not a woman I want – it is all women.
What I like to think I’ve done is try to teach all women and my three female daughters, to teach them to rise above stuff, to find things that move you, to bring humor and laughter to everything that you do, and to realize that no other person defines you. Find what’s great about yourself, and band together as women.
I’m a multi-faceted woman and person, like all women are – there’s no black and white. We have shades of grey in the middle. And even many more colours that other people don’t see!
There are all kinds of ways in which women, together, change the world. And I don’t mean that in a cheesy way. I’m not somebody who believes all women should support each other. I believe very strongly in women critiquing each other, just not critiquing each other more intensely because they’re women.
When we talk about feminism – equality without apology for all – we can’t be talking about for all white women or all highly educated women but all women, regardless of color, class, creed, sexual orientation or identity.
Half of all women who are sexually active, but do not want to get pregnant, need publicly funded services to help them access public health programs like Medicaid and Title X, the national family planning program.
Oh, there’s a teenage girl inside all women. It comes out mainly when we walk into a room filled with other women and immediately feel self-conscious. I do, anyway. I’m always convinced I’m going to fall flat on my face or something.
In Poland, my audience is all women between 18 and 30. At U.S. conventions, you have the fantasy and science fiction crowd. At Harvard you have an entirely different audience. It’s so schizophrenic.
There’s this ridiculous idea that I’m a gender traitor because I’m not a feminist. I’m supposed to be part of a sisterhood: you’re automatically supposed to support all women just because you have the same genitals as them, which doesn’t make sense.
I love all women. Women are sublime beings. I love all of it: their eyes, their noses, their bodies.
The first job I ever had was at a pool-liner-manufacturing plant. Minimum wage was $4.25, and that’s what I was making. It was this huge, hot, un-air-conditioned factory staffed with all women and me. This is in Georgia, during the summertime, so it was pretty ridiculous.
All women should become Hercules!
Like all women, my path to womanhood is unique. No two paths are the same. Each of us travel with different privileges, challenges, and perspectives – some limiting, others illuminating.
There’s no way I can represent for everyone. I can’t represent for all women or all big women or all black women. It’s important for people not to make celebrities their source of who they should be in life. I can’t take on the pressure of being perfect. Nobody is.
I don’t have a horror story to share like the ones we have heard from so many women in the #MeToo movement… But when you really listen to women, you begin to understand the million little ways in which all women are made less and denied the opportunity to contribute to their communities and their country.
According to the Gorean way of looking at things a taste of the slave ring is thought to be occasionally beneficial to all women, even the exalted free woman.
There were musicians that influenced me, but they weren’t all women. Teena Marie was a big influence because she wrote and produced her own music, which let me know that women could write and produce their own music, which was an empowering moment for me.
I think it speaks of all women having those few special things that make them feel feminine. And so when I was a little girl, I would associate Guerlain with that.
I personally feel like the conversation around feminism has advanced a lot. People are starting to realize privileged white feminism isn’t cutting it. We have to look at the holistic experience of all women, or assigned women, on the planet.
‘Believe women’ only works as a rule of thumb when all women are good. That myth falls flat outside Victorian England.
I do look into the details, but I think all women are like that, they like to look into minute details, isn’t it?
The Democrats’ agenda isn’t working for women. Their vision has produced big government and limited opportunity. Our vision is for limited government and opportunity for all. Women deserve better than what President Obama has delivered.
And I think maybe all women, if they just had a chance, would be romantic and believe in love and not sex. And men believe in sex and not love.
I’m a very bad Christian, but I am a Christian. I think that all women, unless they are absolutely asleep, must be feminists up to a point. And socialist, well yes, of course, it’s not a fashionable word, but I am very much of the Left.
I think all women in Hollywood are known as sex symbols. That’s what our purpose is in this business. You’re merchandised, you’re a product. You’re sold and it’s based on sex. But that’s okay. I think women should be empowered by that, not degraded.
Saks helps to empower women through how they look and feel – and Bumble wants to give all women a platform to connect with other empowered women, whether that’s in dating, friendship, or business.
There have been articles saying that all women need to read my book. I ask, why not all men? In fact, that would be even more valuable because we women want to sit down with men and tell them – this is how we feel, this is what we go through.
To be sure, not all women are looking for a partner.
I would encourage all women to get mammograms when their doctors tell them to.
All women do have a different sense of sexuality, or sense of fun, or sense of like what’s sexy or cool or tough.
There was quite a ruckus about the seven ladies in their simple colored dresses. I was truly dumbfounded that I was, right then and there, deemed the biggest threat to black men since cotton pickin’, and not all women were in my corner, either.
We have to be intentional with including trans women, all women, all marginalized people. Whether we say ‘Me Too’ or call ourselves feminists or strive to create a diverse workplace that reflects the world we live in, it’s all about being intentional.
I love women in all their different incarnations. My friends are practically all women. They are much more intelligent than men.
I guess at the end of the day, all women like to be appreciated and treated with respect and kindness.
I consider all women as mother. I compose poems for any female considering her as mother.
When I first started designing, all women were dressed like men, and I said, ‘Hey, guys, let’s be women, put the two together – it’s not either/or. Let’s celebrate our bodies. Our bodies are different.’
I shall earnestly and persistently continue to urge all women to the practical recognition of the old Revolutionary maxim. Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.
All women and girls have the fundamental right to live free of violence. This right is enshrined in international human rights and humanitarian law. And it lies at the heart of my UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign.
I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot.
I have the right to shine my light! That’s what all women have. Once you own that, you can almost always shine your light.
When In The Style came to me asking if I wanted to do a collection, I said very clearly what kind of collection I wanted it to be, and the lovely thing was that they were looking to do the same kind of thing. I stated that I didn’t want any retouching, and I want the women modelling the clothes to represent all women.
Olay does a great tinted moisturiser that I add a little turmeric to – making it more yellow depending on my skin tone and the season. That’s a great trick for all women who find that foundations are too ashy or too pink for their skins. And it’s anti-inflammatory. It’s my secret weapon.
For me, it always goes back to what my mother taught me and my sisters. That all women are beautiful, and we should embrace each other.
Like all women, I am entitled to be treated with dignity and respect at work.
The six people who had the biggest impact on my life were all women. Had I been sexist, my life would have been far less fulfilling.
Beautiful feet are coveted by all women, everywhere of all ages, especially when they want to look their best and show off those strappy heels.
It’s not good enough to believe women matter if they only matter in the U.K. They have to matter everywhere. As long as there’s an idea that women don’t matter in the world, then all women are diminished.
I have a strong sympathy for all women who have struggled and suffered.
I think white women need to wake up and say, ‘Not all women are white,’ three times in front of the mirror.
As a woman, I have faced issues that men do not have to face – sexism included. I think that all women have, and that is totally unacceptable.
All women have a perception much more developed than men. So all women somehow, being repressed for so many millennia, they ended up by developing this sixth sense and contemplation and love. And this is something that we have a hard time to accept as part of our society.
I hear a lot from women in Africa. And not just from dark-skinned women but from all women struggling because of insecurity. They thank me and tell me that I inspire them. And that makes me feel really, really proud.
People like to pretend that all women have the same experience or that all gay people have the same experience. But everyone’s life is different, and everyone’s point of view is valid.
Not all women want to have children.
‘Wonder Woman’ is much more than a cartoon character. She’s fighting for truth and justice and the secret self that exists in all women and girls. There’s a moral fiber and a goodness about her that all women have.
Some of my favorite actresses are Cate Blanchett, I love her. I love Zoe Saldana, and Julianne Moore is one of my favorites. I like women who choose diverse roles and have that strength, which I think all women have but some women embrace it, present it, and live in it.
All women like to look up to their men.
So women are at the beginning of building a language, and not all women are conscious of it.
And I would urge all women to have that regular mammogram.
I like the idea of accessibility, coming from a lower-middle-class background myself, I feel like beauty and products should be accessible to all women over the world.
I’ve recently discovered Cardiobar. It’s in L.A. and it has Cardio Aerobics. It’s all women with no shoes on, dancing to upbeat music. I’m just dripping sweat at the end of the class. It’s very fun for me, and it makes me want to work out.
The problem for all women is we’re identified by how we look instead of by our heads and our hearts.
There is one universal truth: All women, all over the world, want to look beautiful. That is always the theme of my designs.
I think despite what we’ve seen on TV, people like seeing women and knowing about women’s stories and their struggles and their truth. I think we’ve seen it in a lot of these shows – when there’s a cast of all women, it does very well.
Fashion should be about making clothes that make all women look beautiful, not making women starve so that they can fit in a size 8.
I want all women – teens, young women, older women, pregnant women, ageing women – to love and accept themselves.
I suppose it is easy for an actress to act maternal at any age, since all women have a nurturing instinct after 20, perhaps even earlier.
I believe that the ‘believe all women’ vision of feminism unintentionally fetishizes women. Women are no longer human and flawed. They are Truth personified. They are above reproach.
As you know, all women at all ages do not feel their ages anymore. The young girl feels older, and the older woman feels younger.
When I started Victoria Principal Products, there were 22 full-time employees – they were all women.
We take men’s obligation to earn money, and when they do it well, we blame them for having power and being oppressors. And when they don’t do it all, women just don’t marry men who are reading ‘I’m Okay, You’re Okay’ in the unemployment line.
I did auditions at a club called the Comedy Connection. They wanted nothing to do with me. But one night they were doing a night of all women comics, and they invited me to do that.
All women think men look good in suits. To be honest, I like the way they look, too.
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.
I encourage all men – and all women who love their men – to make sure to get out every year, from the age of 50 on, and have PSA and DRE tests. With early detection, you can have an early cure.
My sister is not my mother, but more than anyone else, she fills that role for me now – like it or not. And indeed, all women I know play that role for somebody – like it or not.
We are affirming human rights for all women and girls, acknowledging the full range of diversity that exists, and detailing actions to prevent violence.
I was surrounded by sisters. My childhood was all women.
We need to empower all women, both financially and socially, to give them the tools to support themselves and their families. We need to start seeing them as contributors to society, as assets, not as objects of pity or, even worse, objects of shame.
I never want to lie about my age. If I look around at the actresses I admire, they are all women who have not fought growing older, but embraced it and been proud of it – women like Sophia Loren or Audrey Hepburn.
All women need support when they’re having their babies and their little families are in formation. I have to say I have a lot of concern about the numbers of women – and men, now – who are not getting the support that they need. There are not the families and the communities around that there used to be.
I am available to all women – all women who can afford me, that is.
I think any time you have a super team, whether it’s all men or all women or both, what you have are people with very unique strengths that aren’t always totally compatible.
I think all women go through periods where we hate this about ourselves, we don’t like that. It’s great to get to a place where you dismiss anything you’re worried about. I find flaws attractive. I find scars attractive.
I just support people that truly believe that all women are beautiful.
I respect all women who came before me to blaze trails into the workplace for us.
All women in Hollywood are known as sex symbols.
All women should understand that a mammogram is nothing to be afraid of. It’s not an enemy but a friend. Early detection is the key to the cure.
I know the true meaning of getting by by the skin of my teeth; I do. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got money or you haven’t, whether you’re famous or not. This is the case for all women, actually; you have to carry on. You always have to carry on. And you can, because you have to.