Here we have the best American Women Quotes from famous authors such as Mary Pilon, Whit Stillman, Misty Copeland, Julie Foudy, Marquis de Lafayette. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
The American women are very pretty and have great simplicity of character, and the extreme neatness of their appearance is truly delightful: cleanliness is everywhere even more studiously attended to here than in England.
African American women in particular have incredible buying power. Statistically, we go to the movies more than anyone. We have made Tyler Perry‘s career. His films open with $25 million almost consistently.
American women are so fortunate. When I got married, all I wanted in the world was a dryer so I didn’t have to hang up my diapers. And now women have paper diapers and all sorts of conveniences in the home. And it is the man and the technology that has made the home such a pleasant place for women to be.
American women mean a great deal to me. They’re such lost souls, particularly the women of my generation. And women need so much help. They never have anyone to turn to. I help them understand how they can look better, how to do this, do that, get a job. And they’re very trusting. Like little lost kids.
The history of American women is all about leaving home – crossing oceans and continents, or getting jobs and living on their own.
If I had to give a definition of capitalism I would say: the process whereby American girls turn into American women.
The faces of most American women over thirty are relief maps of petulant and bewildered unhappiness.
I am emphatically against the privatization of Social Security. It is going to hurt millions of American women, American families and ultimately the whole country.
In 2009, the proportion of American women who were married dropped below 50 percent.
I had three attorneys dedicated solely to find the statistic of the number of missing Native American women on reservations. Any reservation, not just ‘Wind River.’ They don’t exist. The federal government, which is responsible for the reservations, don’t keep those stats.
We are all inundated with images that present a limited scope of what is considered beautiful. For American women, the closer she is to whiteness/paleness, cisness, thinness, and femininity, the more she is considered beautiful.
I’ve made a professional reputation playing working-class, middle-class, American women. There’s a real sense of stoicism and pragmatism and strength and lyricism of a woman like that.
I love African American women, but I just don’t like my skin complexion.
I read an article somewhere that stated 1 in 4 American women will be considered clinically depressed in their lifetime. This should be more than a gold mine for pharmaceutical companies – it should be a wake-up call.
British and American women have very different styles and a different way of living.