Alison A. Armstrong Quotes.

1. "Objectification is the female equivalent of emasculation."
- Quote by Alison A. Armstrong

2. "Ninety-nine percent of the confusion and frustration between men and women is because we assume we’re versions of each other. It goes both ways, although men are a little bit more forgiving. They allow for the mystery of women. But honestly, when men look at women they see a softer, more lovely, multitasking, emotionally-indulgent man. And they interact with us as if we’re men! Realizing that we’re not versions of each other meant that I needed to pay much closer attention to men than I’d originally planned."
- Alison A. Armstrong, Making Sense of Men

3. "A person's will is enabled, strengthened, by love. The greater their ability to dwell in love, the more potent their will."
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

4. "Unlike the fairy tale princes, real men do not like having to save someone."
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

5. "she fell asleep wondering if turning frogs into princes could be learned. Or do you have to be born royalty?"
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

6. "If you're always trying to impress me, how come you don't take out the trash? The look on his face was priceless. He blurted out in undisguised bewilderment, That would impress you?"
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

7. "Women are instinctively motivated by perfection, and the need to be perceived as perfect enough to be pleasing — and therefore, protected and provided for. But not too perfect so as to cause jealousy in other women. This is the source of our drive to improve ourselves, and our fear of standing out at the same time."
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

8. "Men do not get credit for their wisdom about partnership. In fact, while they instinctively compete and conceal, men are more compelled to partner than women."
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

9. "A compulsion to get married is not the same as a desire to partner."
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

10. "The bigger your commitments, the more help you are going to need."
- Alison A. Armstrong, The Queen's Code

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