Stereotypically Famous Quotes & Sayings

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31 Stereotypically Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Stereotypically Sayings By Laura Bates: Girls are not only being denied access to scientific and adventurous toys, they're also presented Girls are not only being denied access to scientific and adventurous toys, they're also presented with such a narrow range of options that domesticity and stereotypically "female" duties are shoved down their throats before they've even reached the age of five. — Laura Bates
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Stereotypically Sayings By Toba Beta: If a good man can't sleep after hurting people, then he should learn much more If a good man can't sleep after hurting people,
then he should learn much more to be a leader. — Toba Beta
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Stereotypically Sayings By Mercedes M. Yardley: Weakness is stereotypically expected in women but also despised. Weakness is stereotypically expected in women but also despised. — Mercedes M. Yardley
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Stereotypically Sayings By Melinda Clarke: We had this scene where I'm supposed to be bending over to get something. I We had this scene where I'm supposed to be bending over to get something. I thought it was kind of cute. — Melinda Clarke
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Stereotypically Sayings By Miranda Hart: I'm not a stereotypically beautiful woman, and I'm so happy that I'm not. I've seen I'm not a stereotypically beautiful woman, and I'm so happy that I'm not. I've seen those ladies - the need to be attractive at all times is ghastly. Also, in your twenties, if you are beautiful, everything comes to you, so you never need to develop a personality. I never had that problem. — Miranda Hart
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Stereotypically Sayings By Katie Heaney: You know those high school teachers who so quintessentially and stereotypically embody their subject matter You know those high school teachers who so quintessentially and stereotypically embody their subject matter that it is as if they were cast by a director? Mr. Carter was like that. I did not know they still made glasses like his glasses. He told us his dog was named "Dooty," short for Dooty Dexy, which is a phoneticized version of the calculus formula for second derivatives. — Katie Heaney
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Stereotypically Sayings By Jeff VanderMeer: It is a curious fact of nature that that which is in plain view is It is a curious fact of nature that that which is in plain view is oft best hidden. I — Jeff VanderMeer
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Stereotypically Sayings By Johnny Weir: For me, I skate as masculine as I can. I'm not a big strong guy. For me, I skate as masculine as I can. I'm not a big strong guy. I'm not interested in fighting or throwing punches or balling my hands in fists all day. I'm not interested in guns, I'm not interested in football or stereotypically masculine things, so I'm going to skate in a fashion that is manly for Johnny Weir. — Johnny Weir
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Stereotypically Sayings By Lauren Mayberry: I feel like I would need to investigate and get some local tips. I think I feel like I would need to investigate and get some local tips. I think if I've learned anything from being on tour, it's that sometimes things you see in the guidebooks are stereotypically the best things to do, but there's no substitute for local knowledge on that stuff. — Lauren Mayberry
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Stereotypically Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: Increasingly, prominent thinkers in the field of leadership studies like Marcus Buckingham are challenging traditional Increasingly, prominent thinkers in the field of leadership studies like Marcus Buckingham are challenging traditional notions of leadership. Their research suggests that presenting leadership as a list of carefully defined qualities (like strategic, analytical, and performance-oriented) no longer holds. Instead, true leadership stems from individuality that is honestly and sometimes imperfectly expressed.4 They believe leaders should strive for authenticity over perfection. This shift is good news for women, who often feel obliged to suppress their emotions in the workplace in an attempt to come across as more stereotypically male. And it's also good news for men, who may be doing the exact same thing. I — Sheryl Sandberg
Stereotypically Sayings By Adam Alter: This striking result suggests that our quest for safety, and our resulting fear of difference, This striking result suggests that our quest for safety, and our resulting fear of difference, has fostered a justice system that discriminates against black defendants. Put simply, under some circumstances a black man who looks "more black" is 33 percent more likely to receive the death penalty than is a black man who commits the same crime but looks less stereotypically black. Inequalities like these illuminate the sad truth that our hidden, unconscious attitudes toward minorities evolve far more slowly than our overt spoken attitudes. Many of those ugly views are so well hidden that we're not even aware that we hold them. In — Adam Alter
Stereotypically Sayings By Holly Stone: Attraction is a funny thing. Women can be beautiful and still do nothing for me. Attraction is a funny thing. Women can be beautiful and still do nothing for me. They can be stereotypically sexy and I will still pass them over. They can look innocent and it won't interest me, have a sassy attitude and I'll be looking elsewhere. I get bored easily and am as fickle as April weather. — Holly Stone
Stereotypically Sayings By Joe Berlinger: The Metallica film was like this incredible life experience where I learned the most through The Metallica film was like this incredible life experience where I learned the most through guys that stereotypically you would think couldn't offer much to you. That's what I love about the film: It explodes your stereotype of them - they're not just a bunch of lugheads banging on the guitar. — Joe Berlinger
Stereotypically Sayings By Oliver Jackson-Cohen: I'm perfectly honest, I've never seen Twilight, I've never seen The Vampire Diaries, and I've I'm perfectly honest, I've never seen Twilight, I've never seen The Vampire Diaries, and I've never seen True Blood, or anything like that. — Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Stereotypically Sayings By Louis C.K.: Comedians and Feminists are natural enemies. Because stereotypically speaking, feminists can't take a joke and Comedians and Feminists are natural enemies. Because stereotypically speaking, feminists can't take a joke and comedians can't take criticism. — Louis C.K.
Stereotypically Sayings By Antonin Artaud: All true feeling is in reality untranslatable. To express it is to betray it. But All true feeling is in reality untranslatable. To express it is to betray it. But to translate it is to dissimulate it. — Antonin Artaud
Stereotypically Sayings By Anonymous: Why do you always have to be so stereotypically gay? Why do you always have to be so stereotypically gay? — Anonymous
Stereotypically Sayings By Larry Gent: Asian girls? Really? Could you be anymore stereotypically male? Asian girls? Really? Could you be anymore stereotypically male? — Larry Gent
Stereotypically Sayings By Ariana Grande: This hair has a reputation of being stereotypically punk rock, and I'm the girliest person This hair has a reputation of being stereotypically punk rock, and I'm the girliest person you'll ever find so it took a while for me to figure out how to convey my style. I never wear black very often anymore, all the colors I wear are extremely soft and lovely. — Ariana Grande
Stereotypically Sayings By Jesse Williams: I'm kind of in a middle space, being marketed as a biracial actor. Roles are I'm kind of in a middle space, being marketed as a biracial actor. Roles are written either stereotypically black, or they're written 'normal,' which is just code for white. — Jesse Williams
Stereotypically Sayings By Harry Graf Kessler: How rich our German life is compared to France or England: what an abundance of How rich our German life is compared to France or England: what an abundance of social types and customs with completely different origins ... Germany is a world, whereas England and France, with their stereotypically divided three social classes, are but enlarged villages ... what a stage for a Balzac. — Harry Graf Kessler
Stereotypically Sayings By Brittany Daniel: I never go for the stereotypically good-looking guy. Maybe it's unfair, but if I see I never go for the stereotypically good-looking guy. Maybe it's unfair, but if I see a good-looking guy, inside I'm like, 'What does he have to offer?' — Brittany Daniel
Stereotypically Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: Acting in stereotypically feminine ways makes it difficult for women to reach for the same Acting in stereotypically feminine ways makes it difficult for women to reach for the same opportunities as men, but defying expectations and reaching for those opportunities leads to being judged as undeserving and selfish. — Sheryl Sandberg
Stereotypically Sayings By Michael Cera: I'm not stereotypically Canadian. I don't really follow hockey. I don't feel like anything other I'm not stereotypically Canadian. I don't really follow hockey. I don't feel like anything other than myself, basically. — Michael Cera
Stereotypically Sayings By Harold Ford Jr.: Republicans believe largely in the market working, Democrats believe stereotypically that you've got to give Republicans believe largely in the market working, Democrats believe stereotypically that you've got to give people something. So why not give people a chance to let the market work for them. — Harold Ford Jr.
Stereotypically Sayings By Robert Maillet: I think I have a lot to offer doing supporting roles as well. I think I have a lot to offer doing supporting roles as well. — Robert Maillet
Stereotypically Sayings By Carl Von Clausewitz: To secure peace is to prepare for war. To secure peace is to prepare for war. — Carl Von Clausewitz
Stereotypically Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: Why do the X-Men need another girl telepath?" she asked. "This one has purple hair." Why do the X-Men need another girl telepath?" she asked. "This one has purple hair." "It's all so sexist." Park's eyes got wide. Well, sort of wide. Sometimes she wondered if the shape of his eyes affected how he saw things. That was probably the most racist question of all time. "The X-Men aren't sexist," he said, shaking his head. "They're a metaphor for acceptance; they've sworn to protect a world that hates and fears them." "Yeah," she said, "but - " "There's no but," he said, laughing. "But," Eleanor insisted, "the girls are all so stereotypically girly and passive. Half of them just think really hard. Like that's their superpower, thinking. And Shadowcat's power is even worse - she disappears. — Rainbow Rowell
Stereotypically Sayings By Louis C.K.: Stereotypically speaking feminists can't take a joke. ::audience boo:: See? Stereotypically speaking feminists can't take a joke. ::audience boo:: See? — Louis C.K.
Stereotypically Sayings By Taylor Hawkins: The drummer is stereotypically the dumb guy. Maybe that's why I always respect drummers who The drummer is stereotypically the dumb guy. Maybe that's why I always respect drummers who do more than drum. — Taylor Hawkins
Stereotypically Sayings By Jessica Bennett: If you're the dad of a daughter, your job is particularly important, affecting her self-esteem, If you're the dad of a daughter, your job is particularly important, affecting her self-esteem, her autonomy, and her aspirations (according to one study, out of the University of British Columbia, daughters who see their dads doing chores are less likely to limit their
career aspirations to stereotypically female industries, like teaching or nursing). But you can't just talk the talk, you have to actually walk it. We promise, it'll pay off for you, too! Working dads who spend more time with their kids are happier in their jobs. They're also more patient, empathetic, and flexible - and at least one study claims it might just help them live longer. — Jessica Bennett