— Roald Dahl, The Witches
"The Heart of a Mouse"
— Luis Buñuel film director 1900 - 1983
„I find men terribly exciting, and any girl who says she doesn't is an anemic old maid, a streetwalker, or a saint.“
— Lana Turner American actress 1921 - 1995
Quoted in Lewis, John: Hard-Boiled Hollywood: Crime and Punishment in Postwar Los Angeles (2017), p. 91.
„In Europe, it doesn't matter if you're a man or a woman - we make love with anyone we find attractive.“
— Marlene Dietrich German-American actress and singer 1901 - 1992
„A man that don't love a Horse, there is something the matter with him. If he has no sympathy for the man that does love Horses, then there is something worse the matter with him.“
— Will Rogers American humorist and entertainer 1879 - 1935
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„Knowledge brings that tranquility, brings that harmony, to all human beings of every type, of every age. And it doesn't matter what their background is. It doesn't matter what they are up to. It just brings them all together because of that harmony inside, because of that understanding inside, because of that love inside.“
— Prem Rawat controversial spiritual leader 1957
Rome, Italy, November 8, 1977
„It doesn't matter who you love, it's that you love. Who cares if men marry men or women marry women? In San Francisco you don't care, and I applaud that. And I applaud Mayor Newsom for being so brave.“
— Megan Mullally American actress 1958
Upon receiving GLAAD's Golden Gate Award, which honors a member of the entertainment or media community for their outstanding contribution in combating homophobia
„These men and women show them that those kids matter; that they have something to offer; that no matter where they're from or how much money their parents have, no matter what they look like or who they love or how they worship or what language they speak at home, they have a place in this country.“
— Michelle Obama lawyer, writer, wife of Barack Obama and former First Lady of the United States 1964
Context: These men and women show them that those kids matter; that they have something to offer; that no matter where they're from or how much money their parents have, no matter what they look like or who they love or how they worship or what language they speak at home, they have a place in this country. And as I end my time in the White House, I can think of no better message to send our young people in my last official remarks as First Lady. So for all the young people in this room and those who are watching, know that this country belongs to you—to all of you, from every background and walk of life. If you or your parents are immigrants, know that you are part of a proud American tradition — the infusion of new cultures, talents and ideas, generation after generation, that has made us the greatest country on earth.