People who are pierced should not be snickered at, should not become the object of ridicule, should not be singled out for special and uneven and unequal treatment. They should be respected just like everybody else.
There are some people who still feel threatened by strong women. That's their problem. It's not mine.
The more I know about men the more I like dogs.
I think there should be better child support laws to make it easier for those single moms to support their children so they don't have to go on welfare.
I'm not interested in dating. I like being with my own best friend, me. Certain women, particularly older women, cannot believe I like going to a social event by myself. But I do.
Women will no longer be silent when they suffer injustices against them.
I'm not an elected official who puts a finger in the wind to see what the majority thinks; I represent women, whether they're popular or not.
I was a single mother when my child was little.
I could have had someone else take care of my child but I did it because that was my moral obligation and also it was a joy and I felt it was in the best interests of the child.
I'm a civil rights attorney. I'm a victim rights attorney.
It is very frightening to feel alone when you are standing against a rich and powerful person and all his attendant helpers.
I do believe that, under the law, under the Constitution of the United States, and under our public policy, that women deserve and should have a right to enjoy equal employment opportunity.
Fighting injustice keeps you young.
It's not my fault if the media and the public are more interested in Tiger Woods than in women farm workers.
Well, I like empowering my clients.
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