21 Short Inspirational Quotes for Women

Women are a sign of beauty but unfortunately, women consider less than men in the whole world and they always seem to fight for equality and their rights. However, women always proof this world that they are not less than any men and do everything which men can do. Now they are working in every field. Even though, in modern cities like New York, it looks women have equal rights and treated as men but it is not true somehow. Women are very respectable because she is our mother, sister, and wife than the mother of our kids. We should give respect and equal rights. On the other hand, women also need inspiration and encouragement to face all the situations and they should learn to snatch their rights from those who consider a woman is less than any man. Here we collected some inspirational quotes for women’s empowerment.

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Quotes for Strong Women with Images

These quotes are especially best for young girls, they should united, and know what their rights are and how they should deal with others. Read this Quote:

  • We ask justice, we ask equality, we ask that all the civil and political rights that belong to citizens of the United States, be guaranteed to us and our daughters forever.”  —Susan B. Anthony, Declaration of Rights for Women, July 1876

I hope, soon the time comes when our society will accept the equality of females just like men. You can use these quotes to raise your voice on women’s day and another occasion like this. Stay tuned for more quotations. Thank you so much.

Nancy Ericson

Author of the blog inspired by Romeo and Juliet (love tragedy written by William Shakespeare). She shares quotes, poems, and wishes that matter. You can use these quotations to read yourself or to dedicate them to your partners.

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