Beauty is in Good Health

“Good health is beautiful.”
“If you feel healthy inside and you put all healthy things inside, it’s going to radiate outside — besides the fact that prevention is the key to medicine.
You can prevent a lot of cancers by decreasing stress in your life, by just taking care of your body.
A lot of women, people in general, go to the doctors only when they feel sick or if they’re scared about a cancer or something like that.
But, you really want to go to maintain your health.”
~ Lisa Masterson
Obstetrician/Gynecologist, Founder – Maternal Fetal Care International (MFCI),
Founder – Mobile Mom Squad, Infertility, Adolescent Gynecology and Family Planning Specialist,
Podcaster – Health and Heels with Dr. Lisa!, Founder – Ocean Oasis Medical Spa & Author
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Appreciation, Respect & Kindness

“I guess at the end of the day,
all women like to be appreciated and treated with respect and kindness.”
~ Sofia Vergara
Actress, Television Producer, Presenter, Model, Imagen Foundation Awards (2011), NAACP Image Awards (2011),
Screen Actors Guild (2012), Glamour Awards (2012), Screen Actors Guild (2013) & People’s Choice Award (2017)
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Doors Opened

“I like to think I opened doors for other women, although that wasn’t my original intention. ”
~ Diahann Carroll,
Actor, Advocate, Dancer, Model, Singer, Author, Philanthropist,
Tony Award (1962), Golden Globe Award (1969) & Television Academy Hall of Fame (2011)

Femininity & Masculinity, These Days

“What we’re doing is we’re chipping away at what it is to be a woman and to be feminine, and what it is to be a man and be masculine.
We’re chipping away at that. I wish we could go back to … days. I love those days. Men were men, and I love them.”
~ Stacey Dash,
Actress, Talk Show Host & Author

Respect: Required & Desired

“We all require and want respect, man or woman, black or white.
It’s our basic human right.”
~ Aretha Franklin,
Singer, Songwriter, Pianist, Civil Rights Activist, Philanthropist,
Hollywood Walk of Fame Star (1979), Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1987), Grammy Legend Award (1991),
Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (1994), Kennedy Center Honoree (1994), National Medal of Arts (1999),
Presidential Medal of Freedom (2005), Michigan Rock and Roll Legends Hall of Fame (2005),
Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame (2015), UK Music Hall of Fame (2005), Memphis Music Hall of Fame (2018),
Asteroid 249516 Aretha (2014), Person of the Year (2008) & Pulitzer Prize Special Citation (2019)

Equal Upon Principle

“I should like to know if, taking this old Declaration of Independence,
which declares that all men are equal upon principle,
you begin making exceptions to it,
where will you stop?
If one man says it does not mean a Negro,
why not another say it does not mean some other man?”

~ Abraham Lincoln,
Lawyer & 16th President of the United States

Being Financially Independent Females

“Financial independence is paramount. My mom always says that when a woman is financially independent,
she has the ability to live life on her own terms. I think that was the soundest advice
that I ever got. No matter where you go in life or who you get married to,
you have to be financially independent – whether you use it or not.
~ Priyanka Chopra,
Actress, Singer, Film Producer, Philanthropist, Founder – Purple Pebble Pictures & Miss World 2000
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Keeping Their Sex Between the Two

“God says, ‘One woman, one man,’ and everyone says, ‘Oh, that’s old hat, that’s that old Bible stuff,'” ….
“But I’m thinking, well let’s see now. A clean guy – a disease-free guy and a disease-free woman –
they marry and they keep their sex between the two of them.
They’re not going to get chlamydia, and gonorrhea, and syphilis, and AIDS. It’s safe.”
~ Phil Robertson,
Professional Hunter, Businessman, & Reality Television Star

If Men Were Birthing Babies

“Let me tell you something: I salute womanhood worldwide, because women are exceptionally tough for enduring the misery of childbirth.
I’ve cleaned hogs and gutted deer, but in my experience on Earth I’ve never witnessed such a brutal event.
If men were in charge of carrying and birthing our babies, we’d have a lot fewer people on Earth,
because we’d only do it once- I can promise you that!”
~ Phil Robertson,
Professional Hunter, Businessman, & Reality Television Star