Women are the real architects of society.
Women like being kissed.
Women have a better sense of smell than men do, and it's even sharper in the middle of their menstrual cycle, when estrogen levels peak and women are more likely to be deciding whether a man's attractive.
Women are so complicated, it's unbelievable.
Women have the same privileges and opportunities as men, given the New Testament.
Women love working together. That's my experience anyway.
Women have been the most persecuted people throughout all of recorded history, more than any race or religion.
Women are still second-class citizens.
Women are amazing lovers.
Women, more often than not, do things which aren't remotely relaxing but are all about preening, which is just another sort of work.
Women don't get the benefits of America the way men do.
Women, who enjoyed a high social status and levels of education under Saddam, saw terrible setbacks as Iraq fell into civil war. As a result of the sectarian violence from 2005-2007, women retreated to their homes and fell from public view.
Women's combat sports have been on a good run in the United States. Claressa Shields won a gold medal in women's boxing at the London Olympics in 2012, when it became a medal sport. American women won medals in taekwondo and judo as well.
Women are the overwhelming majority of the workers providing long-term support to seniors and people with disabilities. As a result, women are the ones most affected by legislative decisions on long-term care.
Women should have equal rights to men, every day.
Women compete, compare, undermine, and undercut one another - at least, that is the prevailing notion of how we interact.
Women have a lot of... attitudes enforced in us about our sense of attractiveness being bound up in long, flowing, Hollywood kind of hair.
Women apparently are quite drawn to men who have differences rather than similarities in their histocompatibility system. They pick it up by smell, and they can pick it up from kissing.
Women are running companies, serving as the human resource director of companies, and helping employees solve problems. Women are doctors, lawyers, teachers, sales managers, marketers. They handle problems in the workplace by day and manage their families by night.
Women can't do everything at the same time, we need to understand milestones in our lives comes in segments.
Women have made tons of progress. But we still have a small percentage of the top jobs in any industry, in any nation in the world. I think that's partly because from a very young age, we encourage our boys to lead and we call our girls bossy.
Women need each other. Be there for each other, and don't feel threatened.
Women are super-dynamic. I can be whatever I want to be. I can have interests in so many different kinds of things.
Women are more likely to have a ruptured uterus if they've had multiple C-sections because there's more scar tissue.
Women attribute their success to working hard, luck, and help from other people. Men will attribute that - whatever success they have, that same success - to their own core skills.
Women are the half of the engine of our societies; they are half of the engines of our economies.
Women, it turns out, are built to lead - particularly in the modern world.
Women respond to comfort and a sense of humor. I was always able to make them laugh, so that helps a lot.
Women politicians tend to lead by being accountable for results. We focus on goals and outcomes. You can't get by on just swagger.
Women are not always taken as seriously as we should be, so sometimes we have to put our foot down.
Women are not making it to the top of any profession in the world. But when I say, 'The blunt truth is that men run the world,' people say, 'Really?' That, to me, is the problem.
Women are frightening. If you get to 41 as a man, you're quite battle-scarred.
Women with opportunities are women who can contribute.
Women who start out as ugly ducklings don't become beautiful swans. What they mainly become is confident ducks. They take charge of their lives.
Women have to write for each other; we have to hire each other.
Women are all the same; we want to be smaller in the waist, longer legs, slimmer. I design for women and their defects, to make them better.
Women are encouraged to go on an emotional journey of self-care after a divorce, while men are expected to need help learning how to cook and parent on their own.
Women who stay true to themselves are always more interesting and beautiful to me: women like Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe and Anna Magnani - women who have style, chic, allure and elegance. They didn't submit to any standard of beauty - they defined it.
Women as mothers grapple with corresponding contradictions. The adoration they feel for their grown daughters, mixed with the sense of responsibility for their well-being, can be overwhelming, matched only by the hurt they feel when their attempts to help or just stay connected are rebuffed or even excoriated as criticism or devilish interference.
Women face unique challenges in society, no doubt. But focusing narrowly on women as a special interest group isn't the winning play. The ability to pay your bills, send your kids to a good school, and keep your family safe are 'women's issues' after all.
Women tend to double-speak - I'm definitely guilty of that.
Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified.
Women need a space that quenches their intellectual hunger, engages and empowers them with relatable content.
Women have a level of outward compassion that a lot of men don't necessarily have. Guys feel as deeply as women, but they don't share it as much.