One of my ex-husbands thought I had a breast job. They looked bigger. I just got the proper lingerie.
I'm not lost,I'm just in between places I recognize.
Men don't make passes at crones with big (rhymes with passes).
I'll always push the envelope. To me, the ultimate sin in life is to be boring. I don't play it safe.
No man bosses me around, and no man ever will.
We are all benefiting from the great feminists who struggled and suffered and worked to give us everything women now enjoy... I refer to myself as a feminist, and I do it with pride.
We have to keep trying things we're not sure we can pull off. If we just do the things we know we can do ... you don't grow as much. You gotta take those chances on making those big mistakes.
I just remember that disturbing feeling of walking into that prison, the complete loss of privacy, the complete loss of stimulation, dignity.
I had to lie so much about sex, first when I was 15, because I wasn't supposed to be having it. And then when I got older, I lied to everybody I was having sex with, so I could have sex with other people.
And if doctor says that you don't have IBS with constipation, you might want to get a second opinion, because I had doctors that were telling me... of course, a lot of this has to do with science - progressing.
Some people say Im attractive. I say I agree.
I'm afraid to start plastic surgery. And my breasts are so versatile now, I can wear them down, up, and side to side.
I was born and bred to be a great flirt
One of my mottos is flaunt what you've got left.
If you're considered a beauty, it's hard to be accepted doing anything but standing around.
I've got to take chances and get out there. What are you going to do, sit home and knit? I don't knit.
You have the morals of rabbit, the character of a slug, and the brain of a platypus.
I did many interviews, and went out and talked to many people and went to rallies. It was the same thing with menopause. I traveled around the country on talk shows and talking to women about.
It's hard for women to talk about these things, and for the doctors to really talk about it too, and to even have the knowledge of what's going on. That's why I'm doing this and urging women to speak out and talk to their doctors frankly.
I know you are going to be embarrassed. We're all embarrassed by it, but to hide the embarrassment... silence has never protected women or helped them. We need to talk about it more with our, you know - whoever - our friends, our family.
It's okay to talk about birth, okay - then menstruation. I first started my advocacy for women's health in the field of reproductive freedom, and the next stage would be bringing menopause out of the closet.
When I'm saying hysteria, I'm referring to Freud, because all the women were coming to him with symptoms and seeking help, and he just called it hysteria.
You know, women have a history of just being - we've been told all our lives not to say - in the fifties you couldn't say birth or even be pregnant hardly on television - and then gradually things have changed.
I had the serendipity of modeling during a temporary interlude between Twiggy and Kate Moss, when it was actually okay for women to look as if we ate and enjoyed life.
I think the measure of your success to a certain extent will be the amount of things written about you that aren't true.
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