The best protection any woman can have... is courage.— Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Sensational Female Empowerment quotations
Of course I am not worried about intimidating men.
The type of man who will be intimidated by me is exactly the type of man I have no interest in.
I've come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that's as unique as a fingerprint - and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of service, working hard, and also allowing the energy of the universe to lead you.
Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do.
Part of me has always resisted the Western clichéd image of Muslim women, depicting them as nothing more than silent victims. My art, without denying 'repression,' is a testimony to unspoken female power and the continuing protest in Islamic culture.
We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.
My best successes came on the heels of failures.
I raise up my voice-not so I can shout but so that those without a voice can be heard...we cannot succeed when half of us are held back.
I can't think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself.
I've come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that's as unique as a fingerprint
I always wanted to be a femme fatale.
Even when I was a young girl, I never really wanted to be a girl. I wanted to be a woman.
We need women at all levels, including the top, to change the dynamic, reshape the conversation, to make sure women’s voices are heard and heeded, not overlooked and ignored.
Whatever you do, be different. If you're different, you will stand out.
A feminist is anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women and men.
I've always had this female-empowerment thing in the back of my mind - because I wanted my mother to be stronger, and she couldn't be. I thought, 'If I'm successful, I can change her life.'
The best way to succeed is to discover what you love and find a way to offer it to others.
Women have always been the strong ones of the world.
A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That's why they don't get what they want.
You can go as far as your mind lets you.
From a really young age, I was into female empowerment and supporting the underdog. Right now, I'm into female vengeance.
If you can't go straight ahead, you go around the corner.
I'm tough, ambitious and I know exactly what I want.
Woman must not accept; she must challenge.
I can't stand [female] characters that are not empowered in a certain way, or at least don't come to a conclusion at the end of the movie where they find empowerment in themselves.
What if more women, mothers, gave birth as an ecstatic celebration of female sexuality? Mothers who do will often declare, "Now I can do anything!" What would the world look like if half of our population felt empowered to make a difference with their lives?
A man's got to do what a man's got to do.
It's about time that people forget that image of strip clubs as seedy places.
..Rather, today's clubs are capital-intensive female-empowerment zones.
Prettiness is not a rent you pay for occupying a space marked 'female'
One thing the humanitarian world doesn't do well is marketing.
As a journalist, I get pitched every day by companies that have new products. Meanwhile, you have issues like clean water, literacy for girls, female empowerment. People flinch at the idea of marketing these because marketing sounds like something only companies do.
You know I have never met a woman who is not strong. They don't exist.
Right now the topic of female empowerment is at the forefront of conversation and it's important we take advantage of the trend while there is added pressure to adjust long-standing beliefs, prejudices, and cultural discrimination.
Women are always saying,"We can do anything that men cando.
" But Men should be saying,"We can do anything that women can do.
It took me a while to warm to the '20s costumes on 'Downton.
' I love it when women accentuate their curves, and that era was all about hiding them. The shapes they wore then were in tune with female empowerment. Cutting off their hair and hiding their busts was a way of saying, 'We're equal to men!'
Next time, ask: What's the worst that will happen? Then push yourself a little further than you dare.
Someday there will be girls and women whose name will no longer mean the mere opposite of the male, but something in itself, something that makes one think not of any complement and limit, but only life and reality: the female human being.