Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed.— Albert Einstein
Terrific Battle Of The Sexes quotations
Sometimes the strongest people are the ones who love beyond all faults, cry behind closed doors and fight battles that nobody knows about.
The battle of the sexes will never be won as long as we keep sleeping with the enemy.
No one will ever win the battle of the sexes; there's too much fraternizing with the enemy.
Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.
What man can pretend to know the riddle of a woman's mind?
I'm more of a warrior than you'll ever be.
I believe in the class war. I believe in the battle of the sexes. I believe in my tribe. I believe in the righteous, intelligent clued-up section of the working classes against the brain-dead moronic masses as well as the mediocre, soulless bourgeoisie.
Whatever your sex or position, life is a battle in which you are to show your pluck, and woe be to the coward. Whether passed on a bed of sickness or a tented field, it is ever the same fair play and admits no foolish distinction. Despair and postponement are cowardice and defeat. Men were born to succeed, not to fail.
There is a battle of two wolves inside us all. One is evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, lies, inferiority and ego. The other is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy and truth. The wolf that wins? The one you feed.
Women have a much better time than men in this world; there are far more things forbidden to them.
The war between the sexes is the only one in which both sides regularly sleep with the enemy.
The rationale which accompanies that imposition of male authority euphemistically referred to as 'the battle of the sexes' bears a certain resemblance to the formulas of nations at war, where any heinousness is justified on the grounds that the enemy is either an inferior [part of the] species or really not human at all.
Be selective in your battles, don't make every problem a war.
That's the way girls were--they always laughed. Because they were bitches.
The idea that feminism is a 'battle of the sexes' about blaming all men and setting up a 'gender war' is a handy, controversial media hook. But it doesn't reflect reality.
In the battle between the sexes, men and women will go practically to the end of the earth in illogical, irrational ways to give each other pain.
The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle!
You can support trans-positive legislation, tranny artists, and the inclusion of trannies in your neighborhood, schools, place of worship, whatever. For the long term? Join or initiate some good legal battles against the puritanical laws that exist around sex and gender.
Personally, I don't deal much in theory.
I have to deal with the facts. And on the basis of facts, I don't see much difference in the behavior of men and women.
We hear much of chivalry of men towards women;
but ... it vanishes like dew before the summer sun when one of us comes into competition with the manly sex. Let a woman sit, weep, wring her hands, and exult in her own helplessness, and the modern knight buckles on his imaginary breastplate and draws his sword in her behalf; but when the woman girds up her loins for the battle of life, ready to fight like a lioness, if need be, to put food in the mouths of her children, let her select for her field the living-room or the cooking range.
Sex relieves tension - love causes it.
In the battle of the sexes, woman gains her greatest victory by surrendering.
She represented the distilled essence of the battle between the sexes.
I think competitiveness between two people is still relevant, and the battle of the sexes still intrigues.
Be selective in your battles, dont make every problem a war.
I wouldn't want to promote teenage girls having sex.
But the reality is, it's happening, and they're just a little too young to understand how careful they need to be. That's a big battle with me, because I'm 23, and a lot of my fans are eight years younger than I am, so there's a bit of a tug-of-war there. I want to set the right example and, at the same time, live my life.
In very general terms 'Top Of The Lake' is about good and evil.
It's a deep dark mystery. It also deals with lots of fascinating human relationships, and it's also about the battle of the sexes.
Sexuality is the great field of battle between biology and society.
A slutty girl is like the first piece of bread in a loaf, everybody touches it but nobody wants it.
The achievement of Tahrir Square wasn’t just its grand political movement but the tiny personal battles fought and won against the frictions wearing down Egyptian society: between religions, classes, sexes, and generations.
Ten thousand women marched through the streets shouting, 'We will not be dictated to,' and went off and became stenographers.