We have collected the best Sexes Quotes by famous authors including Grace Jones, Mao Zedong, John Sentamu, John Strachan, George Gilder and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
It’s important that the sexes understand each other.
Genuine equality between the sexes can only be realized in the process of the socialist transformation of society as a whole.
Marriage is built around complementarity of the sexes, and therefore the institution of marriage is a support for stable families and societies.
In the scattered settlements of this Diocese, schools and Churches are of necessity for many years few in number, and multitudes of both sexes are growing up in great ignorance.
The differences between the sexes are the single most important fact of human society.
We’ve come quite far with the idea of equality between sexes, but there’s still a lot of conversations that need to be had about men in power.
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.
There is, hidden or flaunted, a sword between the sexes till an entire marriage reconciles them.
C. S. Lewis
Through the 1990s, ‘Reason’ was a voice of ‘dissident feminism,’ upholding the equal dignity of both sexes and supporting the rights of individuals against a government that had gone mad over sexual harassment.
Little old ladies of both sexes. Why do I let them bother me?
I think there are fundamental power imbalances between the sexes that play themselves out in society. And I think science is just not immune to that – which actually isn’t a very controversial stance if you think about it.
For blacks in our society, victimization may be a true issue. But it isn’t a true issue for women. Neither men nor women are victimized. The true issue, that I try to point out, is that both sexes suffer restricted roles.
I would argue that something dark is lurking between the sexes, and that it is seeping out into cinema.
Despite great advances in women’s rights, statistics show that when it comes to the balance of power between the sexes, equality is far from being a global reality.
We need everyone to be a feminist. Feminism is the fight for the equality of sexes, not for the domination of one sex over another.
If you believe, as I do, that merit is equally distributed between the sexes, then any result that isn’t around half and half should be troubling.
All women’s issues are to some degree men’s issues and all men’s issues are to some degree women’s issues because when either sex wins unilaterally both sexes lose.
Whereas in the past people have seen the two sexes as almost incomprehensibly different, now there is a group of people that are explaining the connections between both the genders, literally in the way their biology informs some of their expression.
This world belongs to all of us, and all sexes should be able to live in respect and harmony.
The distinctions of what makes a book one genre or another can sometimes be a bit muddy, but generally it’s a matter of projecting who the audience will be, which is a judgment that’s based on the subject matter. ‘Mainstream’ is the cleanest label for a book that draws readers of both sexes and from a wide age-range.
The point of the feminist movement wasn’t simply to set our underwear on fire and muscle into small spaces in the male-dominated workplace, but to create a world where the contribution of both sexes was equally valued and no one’s worth was judged on their take-home salary.
We were alive during the ‘Battle of the Sexes’, but that story hadn’t really been told.
Men have realized that when it comes to the workplace, both the sexes have equal stake because jobs are given based on talent and skill.
It would be futile to attempt to fit women into a masculine pattern of attitudes, skills and abilities and disastrous to force them to suppress their specifically female characteristics and abilities by keeping up the pretense that there are no differences between the sexes.
There’s no evidence whatsoever that men are more rational than women. Both sexes seem to be equally irrational.
That is the great distinction between the sexes. Men see objects, women see the relationships between objects.
As the French say, there are three sexes – men, women, and clergymen.
I’m not a lesbian. I just think that all humans are born with the ability to be attracted to both sexes.
I identify as a feminist but subscribe to the pretty basic definition of a feminist as ‘someone who seeks equality between the sexes.’
I think everybody’s always attracted to both sexes. I mean, I think that women are very attractive. I’ve kissed girls, but everybody experiments. It’s part of growing up.
French novels generally treat of the relations of women to the world and to lovers, after marriage; consequently there is a great deal in French novels about adultery, about improper relations between the sexes, about many things which the English public would not allow.
Debs is greater than Lincoln. Debs is the spokesman of the great struggling working class of all races, nationalities, creeds, sexes.
A. Philip Randolph
When women are told that sexual harassment is ‘part of the job’ or when assistants of both sexes enable harassing behavior, they have bought into the culture that says such behavior is not just permissible, it is a desirable expression of power.
Why is being a woman so surprising? There are two sexes. A man and a woman. So, if it’s not a man in a movie, what else was it going to be?
I think I’ve learned quite a bit about the battle of the sexes or, at least, how to keep the status quo a little bit more.