Woman To Woman Quotes

Quotes tagged as "woman-to-woman" (showing 1-23 of 23)
Idowu Koyenikan
“I am a strong and powerful woman.
I am proud to be a woman and I celebrate the qualities that I have as a woman.
I am not defined by other people’s opinion of who I should be or what I should do as a woman. I determine that, not anyone else.
I am not passed up for a position, title, or promotion because I am a woman.
I fully deserve all the good things that comes my way.
Irrespective of what anyone might think, being a woman places no boundaries or limits on my abilities.
I can do anything I set my mind to.
I celebrate my womanhood and I am beautiful both inside and out.”
Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

Mallika Nawal
“She turned and bolted out the door. She had learnt an important lesson - "When a man paid 'for' you...you paid 'to' him." It was her first Valentine slaughter.”
Mallika Nawal, I'm a Woman & I'm on SALE

Shannon Celebi
“A woman brings so much more to the world than birth, for she can birth discovery, intelligence, invention, art, just as well as any man.”
Shannon Celebi, Small Town Demons

Karen E. Quinones Miller
“If he mistreated and abused his last girlfriend, why would you want to be his new girlfriend?”
Karen E. Quinones Miller

Karen E. Quinones Miller
“How can you think it's cool when he calls you his bitch, but then get upset when he treats you like a dog?”
Karen E. Quinones Miller

Karen E. Quinones Miller
“If every time you call him you simply get his voice mail, and every time he calls you he wants to come over and "chill" at your place -- admit it; you're just a jump-off.”
Karen E. Quinones Miller

“Aquí he dejado de esperar al hombre de mi vida, para dar lugar a la mujer de mi vida: yo.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

Karen E. Quinones Miller
“If you have to call the police on your man, then you'd better choices. If not, what have you taught him? Better him in jail this time rather than you in the morgue the next time.”
Karen E. Quinones Miller

“Convivamos con nuestros ovarios. Hagamos de cuenta que son dos cerebros más.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

“Y que, si queremos ser personas felices, debemos ser, primero, mujeres felices: diosas, apariciones luminiscentes, oráculos. No por gusto todas las culturas ancestrales representaban a la mujer como la luna y al hombre como el sol. Ella es misteriosa por naturaleza. Tiene un lado oscuro al que nadie ha podido llegar. Y a la vez es tan predecible que tiene calendario de apariciones (y desapariciones). Él, en cambio, sale cuando quiere. No existe calendario solar, pero si protección n solar. Y vaticinios de su brillo.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

“Ser feliz tiene que ver con (des) encontrarse una misma. Suena cursi, lo sé. Pero pensándolo bien, todas las verdades suenan cursis.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

“Reímos cuando nos dicen que el hombre piensa mientras que la mujer da que pensar, que el hombre siente y no llora, y la mujer llora y no siente, que el hombre va al teatro formando parte de los espectadores para ver la comedia, la mujer va al teatro formando parte de la comedia para ver al público.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

Stephanie Lahart
“So what if you have stretch marks. So what if you have cellulite. So what if you don’t have a big butt. So what if you don’t have large breasts. So what if you don’t have flawless skin. So what if you don’t have a body that other people deem to be perfect. So what! Don’t allow people to define YOUR beauty. Hold your head up high and know who YOU are! DO NOT EVER allow anybody to make you feel as if you’re NOT enough. You ARE enough! BELIEVE that.”
Stephanie Lahart

Nico J. Genes
“The girl whose table I occupied was reading a book but I couldn’t help but notice that all this time, she was secretly watching me.
“You are beautiful.”
I took my eyes off my phone and I saw the girl talking to me. I was embarrassed and didn’t know what to say or how to react.”
Nico J. Genes, Magnetic Reverie

“Nunca tan malas ni tan buenas. Nunca tan arpias, tan ratas, tan hienas. Ni tan perras. Somos complejas. Más s interesantes cuando tenemos pasado. Lo somos todo. Podemos serlo todo. He ahí i nuestro poder. Y nuestro dilema.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

“Me dare con que soy simplemente una mujer, una de carne y hueso. Que soy, como (casi) todas las de mi genero, una diosa metida en el cuerpo de un mamífero hembra. Hembra, hembron, embrague, acelerador, freno. Animal, estrella fugaz, ama de casa profesional, geisha matriarca, lideresa de comedor popular, activista, consumista voraz. Una bestia de la profesión n. Toda una (neo)(anti)(post) feminista. Un solo de contradicciones.”
Josefina Barrón, Malabares en taco aguja

Sylvia Plath
“Now I know how people can live without books, without college. (...)and so one goes on living, near the earth. At times like this I'd call myself a fool to ask for more...”
Sylvia Plath

Abhijit Naskar
“Why do women spend so much time in talking to their female peers? The answer can again be found in the process of biological evolution of the human mind. Just like the evolutionary expression of aggression in men, gossiping is an evolutionary feature of the female psychology. Women trade various secrets from their personal experiences through gossiping in order to create connection and intimacy with their female peers.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

“Fashion must elevate the self-worth of women, but not lower it down.”
Sabina Hassan

“Fashion must elevate self-esteem of woman but not lower it down.”
Sabina Hassan