If a woman is sufficiently ambitious, determined and gifted, there is practically nothing she can't do.— Helen Lawrenson
The most grateful Helen Lawrenson quotes that are glad to read
As for the topsy-turvy tangle known as soixante-neuf, personally I have always felt it to be madly confusing, like trying to pat your head and rub your stomach at the same time.
In the final analysis, each of us is responsible for what we are.
We cannot blame it on our mothers, who, thanks to Freud, have replaced money as the root of all evil.
The American Communist Party was notoriously infiltrated by informers, some working for the FBI, some for capitalist employers. At one time it used to be said that spies practically kept the Party going with their dues and contributions.
Most of today's film actresses are typical of a mass-production age: living dolls who look as if they came off an assembly line and whose uniformity of appearance is frequently a triumph of modern science, thanks to which they can be equipped with identical noses, breasts, teeth, eyelashes, and hair.
There is nothing that impairs a man's sexual performance quicker than any suggestion that he's not doing it right ('Not there, you idiot!').
There is one thing new in sexual mores and that is today's bisexual chic.
... if you can't truthfully claim to be bisexual yourself, the next best thing is to reveal that one, or both, of your parents was.
Whatever else can be said about sex, it cannot be called a dignified performance.
You have to go back to the Children's Crusade in 1212 AD to find as unfortunate and fatuous an attempt at manipulated hysteria as the Women's Liberation Movement.
These are the beautiful people, who, befitting their rank as gods and goddesses of a powerful modern mythology, lead beautiful lives in beautiful houses, attired in beautiful clothes and, ostensibly, thinking only beautiful thoughts.
A skirt is no obstacle to extemperaneous sex, but it is physically impossible to make love to a girl while she is wearing trousers.
Most of today's film actress are typical of a mass-production age: living dolls who look as if they came off an assembly line . . .
As soon as an American man loves a girl he wants to marry her.
This is not only a blunder but it is rather absurd. It is so typical of American men, always wanting to do the noble thing.