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Citati iz knjige „How To Be A Woman“ autora Caitlin Moran

Анастасия Куликова
Анастасия Куликоваje citiralaпре 2 године
EDITOR: Could you just do a quick phoner and ask her? Ask her when she wants to become a mother. I think the piece needs it . . .
Only with the women, though. I’ve never once been asked to do it with a male interviewee. You never get asked to ask Marilyn Manson if he’s been hanging around in JoJo Maman Bébé, touching tiny booties and crying.
Cristina Salazar
Cristina Salazarje citiralaпре 4 месеца
When Simone de Beauvoir said, “One is not born a woman—one becomes one,” she didn’t know the half of it.
Areeba Habeeb
Areeba Habeebje citiralaпрошле године
Personally, I feel the time has come for women to introduce their own Zero Tolerance policy on the Broken Window issues in our lives—I
Areeba Habeeb
Areeba Habeebje citiralaпрошле године
we live in a climate where female pubic hair is considered distasteful, or famous and powerful women are constantly pilloried for being too fat or too thin, or badly dressed, then, eventually, people start breaking into women, and lighting fires in them. Women will get squatters
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátová
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátováje citiralaпре 2 године
Would Jane Austen’s characters have spent pages and pages discussing all the relationships in their social circle if they’d been a bit more in control of their own destinies?
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátová
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátováje citiralaпре 2 године
But believing in an afterlife totally negates your current existence. It’s like an insidious and destabilizing mental illness. Underneath every day—every action, every word—you think it doesn’t really matter if you screw up this time around because you can just sort it all out in paradise.
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátová
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátováje citiralaпре 2 године
That there are lessons that motherhood can teach you that simply can’t be replicated elsewhere—and every other attempt at this wisdom and self-realization is a poor and shoddy second
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátová
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátováje citiralaпре 2 године
Fifteen-thousand-pound bottles of vintage champagne; hot-air balloons flying over wildebeest migrations; sharkskin shoes with a diamond on the sole; Paris: these are all, ultimately, consolation prizes for those who don’t have access to a small, ideally slightly grubby child whom they can mess around with, poke and squash a little—high on ridiculous love.
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátová
Barbara Kateřina Oudová Holcátováje citiralaпре 2 године
We have no Mozart; no Einstein; no Galileo; no Gandhi. No Beatles, no Churchill, no Hawking, no Columbus. It just didn’t happen.

wtf???

Анастасия Куликова
Анастасия Куликоваje citiralaпре 2 године
You can always tell when a woman is with the wrong man, because she has so much to say about the fact that nothing’s happening.
Анастасия Куликова
Анастасия Куликоваje citiralaпре 2 године
Pornography is as old as humankind itself. Practically the first action of the Neanderthal—on the happy day he evolved out of the monkey egg—was to draw a picture on a cave wall of a man with an enormous willy. Or, indeed, perhaps it was the first action of a woman. After all, we’re more interested in (a) cocks and (b) decorating.
Kamila Darguzhinova
Kamila Darguzhinovaje citiralaпре 3 године
“Happy Birthday TO YOU!” everyone sings to me. “I went to THE ZOO. I saw a FAT MONKEY—and I THOUGHT IT WAS YOU!”
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