Chivalry And Feminism Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Chivalry And Feminism Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Chivalry And Feminism Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: You remind me of an old cat I once had. Whenever he killed a mouse You remind me of an old cat I once had. Whenever he killed a mouse he would bring it into the drawing-room and lay it affectionately at my feet. I would reject the corpse with horror and turn him out, but back he would come with his loathsome gift. I simply couldn't make him understand that he was not doing me a kindness. He thought highly of his mouse and it was beyond him to realize that I did not want it.
You are just the same with your chivalry. It's very kind of you to keep offering me your dead mouse; but honestly I have no use for it. I won't take favors just because I happen to be a female. — P.G. Wodehouse
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Chivalry And Feminism Sayings By Kate Millett: It is necessary to realize that the most sacrosanct article of sexual politics in the It is necessary to realize that the most sacrosanct article of sexual politics in the period, the Victorian doctrine of chivalrous protection and its familiar protestations of respect, rests upon the tacit assumption, a cleverly expeditious bit of humbug, that all women were "ladies" - namely members of that fraction of the upper classes and bourgeoisie which treated women to expressions of elaborate concern, while permitting them no legal or personal freedom. The psycho-political tacit here is a pretense that the indolence and luxury of the upper-class woman's role in what Veblen called "vicarious consumption" was the happy lot of all women. The efficacy of this maneuver depends on dividing women by class and persuading the privileged that they live in an indulgence they scarcely deserve ... To succeed, both the sexual revolution and the Woman's Movement which led it would have to unmask chivalry and expose its courtesies as subtle manipulation. — Kate Millett
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Chivalry And Feminism Sayings By Mallika Nawal: Because of their DNA, most men loved a damsel in distress. Every time a man Because of their DNA, most men loved a damsel in distress. Every time a man sees a pretty lass in trouble, even the boorish slob-of-a-man transforms into a chivalrous knight-in-shining-armour. This was why most women (no matter how strong, competent or resourceful) were forced to act shy, demure and helpless so that their men could feel like strong grizzly bears or ferocious mountain lions. — Mallika Nawal
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Chivalry And Feminism Sayings By Elizabeth Cady Stanton: How the little courtesies of life on the surface of society, deemed so important from How the little courtesies of life on the surface of society, deemed so important from man towards woman, fade into utter insignificance in view of the deeper tragedies in which she must play her part alone, where no human aid is possible. — Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Chivalry And Feminism Sayings By Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Whatever the theories may be of woman's dependence on man, in the supreme moments of Whatever the theories may be of woman's dependence on man, in the supreme moments of her life he can not bear her burdens. Alone she goes to the gates of death to give life to every man that is born into the world. No one can share her fears, no one can mitigate her pangs; and if her sorrow is greater than she can bear, alone she passes beyond the gates into the vast unknown. — Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Chivalry And Feminism Sayings By Joyce Rachelle: What a loss it would be if feminism killed chivalry. What a loss it would be if feminism killed chivalry. — Joyce Rachelle