Women Related Quotes



“The women who take husbands not out of love but out of greed, to get their bills paid, to get a fine house and clothes and jewels; the women who marry to get out of a tiresome job, or to get away from disagreeable relatives, or to avoid being called an old maid -- these are whores in everything but name. The only difference between them and my girls is that my girls gave a man his money's worth.”

Polly Adler


Women challenge the status quo because we are never it.

Cindy Gallop


“At 34 she is an extremely beautiful woman, lavishly endowed by nature with a few flaws in the masterpiece: She has an insipid double chin, her legs are too short and she has a slight potbelly. She has a wonderful bosom, though.”

Richard Burton


When men hear women want a commitment, they think it means commitment to a romantic relationship, but that's not it. It's a commitment to not floating around anymore. I want a guy who is entrenched in his own life. Entrenched is awesome.

Mindy Kaling


Women's regular bleeding engenders phantoms.

Paracelsus


Pity is a really odd thing with abused women. You don't want anyone to think that you feel bad - even though you might.

Kristen Stewart


“It's not about being a woman per se but about activities that women may be more likely to engage in.”

Carla Grayson


“And oh, what a mercy it is that these women do not exercise their powers oftener! We can't resist them, if they do. Let them show ever so little inclination, and men go down on their knees at once: old or ugly, it is all the same. And this I set down as a positive truth. A woman with fair opportunities, and without an absolute hump, may marry whom she likes. Only let us be thankful that the darlings are like the beasts of the field, and don't know their own power. They would overcome us entirely if they did.”

William Makepeace Thackeray


“Run for office? No. I've slept with too many women, I've done too many drugs, and I've been to too many parties.”

George Clooney


“All women's dresses, in every age and country, are merely variations on the eternal struggle between the admitted desire to dress and the un-admitted desire to undress”

Lyn Yutang