Female Role Models Quotes

Female Role Models Quotes by Carly Simon, Ayn Rand, Jennie Finch, Peggy Orenstein, L. J. Smith, Madeleine M. Kunin and many others.

We need role models who are going to break the mold.

We need role models who are going to break the mold.
Carly Simon
The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.
Ayn Rand
I had female role models to look up to starting in middle school, athletes like Julie Foudy and Mia Hamm who made me realize that there was room in the world of sports for women. They ignited my dream of becoming an Olympic athlete.
Jennie Finch
But it is Bella, not the supernaturals she falls in with, who is the true horror show here, at least as a female role model.
Peggy Orenstein
The Blood She Betrayed is unique, and Shahkara, the character, is one of the most engaging strong female role models I’ve seen in a long time. This girl can handle herself! The plot is full of ingenious twists, turns and surprises, and I look forward to reading the next book in the series.
L. J. Smith
There are not many female role models to guide voters, and the tradition that a Southern woman’s place is in the home still lingers in some quarters.
Madeleine M. Kunin
When you’ve played Buffy – who’s such a strong female role model – it’s really hard for another female character to compare to her.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
There’s no shortage of female role models. They’re everywhere – in history, in literature, in the news. Just look around.
Keri Russell
At first, being a female role model really terrified me. But it hasn’t turned out to be an awful burden. I get a lot of letters from women who tell me that, after watching Xena, they have bought the Harley-Davidson they always wanted or left an abusive relationship.
Lucy Lawless
I don’t think there’s anything that is a greater area of discrimination against women today than the fact that nowhere in the world is there a female role model in team sports that more than half of a general audience would recognize
Warren Farrell
I think the culture today is very, very different from what it was in the ’60s, and I feel lucky that I grew up at a time when I had these very strong female role models.
Susanna Hoffs