About birth quotes:

  • Talking to women about birth can be polarizing. -- Emily Oster
  • It is futile to talk too much about the past... like trying to make birth control retroactive. -- Charles Erwin Wilson
  • When people talk about the death of the novel, they are speaking of the need for the birth of something different. -- Mohsin Hamid
  • My giving birth was nothing when I think about all the people in Sri Lanka that have to give birth in a concentration camp. -- M.I.A.
  • There is something about a poet which leads us to believe that he died, in many cases, as long as 20 years before his birth. -- James Thurber
  • I do not want to speak about overpopulation or birth control, but I think education is the way to give new impetus to the poverty question. -- Harri Holkeri
  • Coriolanus' deals with the birth of democracy. And that has been fascinating because I've been talking about politics so much because of 'Borgen.' It's a nice bridge. -- Birgitte Hjort Sorensen
  • Libido is a normal part of being human. Nothing scandalous about it. But without it, in either women or men, would there be a demand for birth control? -- Mike Huckabee
  • Marie Stopes had established the first birth control clinic in Britain; the whole question of informing women, especially those who were poor, about methods of contraception, began to be discussed. -- Dora Russell
  • My mom really raised me, so I took her name before I ever thought about having a career. It was for personal reasons. My birth name is actually Max Deitch. -- Max Casella
  • The happiest lot for a man, as far as birth is concerned, is that it should be such as to give him but little occasion to think much about it. -- Richard Whately
  • I find that women want to tell me about their birthing experiences. In the most excruciating detail. It's not put me off having children, but I do feel like I know too much. -- Jessica Raine
  • Personally, I'd be really glad to have a national conversation about whether to outlaw most forms of birth control. For once, the kids and their grandparents would find themselves on the same side. -- Gail Collins
  • 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. -- Cybill Shepherd
  • How come life is so important in the nine months before birth, but then we sort of forget about the importance, we're not worried about whether that baby lives in poverty once he or she is born. -- Birch Bayh
  • While researching 'The Submission,' I went to a protest against the Ground Zero mosque in New York when I was about to give birth to twins. It was about 100 degrees. People thought I was very dedicated. -- Amy Waldman
  • But to make a holiday record that involves favorite American songs and then also get to sing about Jesus birth, it just seemed like a real easy, subtle way to combine a couple of things that I love. -- Amy Grant
  • The moment I saw the model and heard about the complementing base pairs I realized that it was the key to understanding all the problems in biology we had found intractable - it was the birth of molecular biology. -- Sydney Brenner
  • Why has not anyone seen that fossils alone gave birth to a theory about the formation of the earth, that without them, no one would have ever dreamed that there were successive epochs in the formation of the globe. -- Georges Cuvier
  • Chaos does not mean total disorder. Chaos means a multiplicity of possibilities. Chaos is from the ancient Greek words that means a thing that is birthed from the void. And it was about that which is possible, not about disorder. -- Jok Church
  • I've been embarrassing myself since about birth. -- Phil Lester
  • Birth is not only about making babies. Birth is about making mothers, -- Barbara Katz Rothman
  • The length of life takes the leading place among inquiries about events following birth. -- Ptolemy
  • Your emotional understanding about the preciousness of your human birth comes through conscious, repetitive mind training. -- Tsoknyi Rinpoche
  • I've learned to accept birth and death . . . but sometimes I still worry about what lies between. -- Ashleigh Brilliant
  • Birth is about making mothers... strong, competent, capable mothers who trust themselves and know their inner strength -- Barbara Katz Rothman
  • We are still too close to the birth of the universe to be certain about its death. -- John Desmond Bernal
  • Today is very For it's about a special birth For the very finest Dad That ever walked upon this Earth -- John Walter Bratton
  • I'm not really into vinyl. There's something about that raw, birth of rock and roll feel that makes me crazy. -- David Lynch
  • It is the principle of sin, rebellion against God and His truth which has brought about birth defects and other destructive natural occurrences. -- E.W. Jackson
  • The birth of Christ is the central event in the history of the earth-- the very thing the whole story has been about. -- C. S. Lewis
  • Women are already born so far ahead ability-wise. The day men can give birth, that's when we can start talking about equal rights. -- Chuck Palahniuk
  • What about the rest of life? Respect for the sanctity of life, if you believe that it begins at conception, cannot end at birth. -- Thomas Friedman
  • Delusions are often functional. A mother's opinions about her children's beauty, intelligence, goodness, et cetera ad nauseam, keep her from drowning them at birth. -- Robert A. Heinlein
  • However much we know about birth in general, we know nothing about a particular birth. We must let it unfold with its own uniqueness. -- Elizabeth Noble
  • After 100 years, films should be getting really complicated. The novel has been reborn about 400 times, but it's like cinema is stuck in the birth canal. -- Harmony Korine
  • A woman is a vehicle of life. Life has overtaken her. Woman is what it is all about-the giving of birth and the giving of nourishment. -- Joseph Campbell
  • Maura had decided sometime before Blue's birth that it was barbaric to order children about, and so Blue had grown up surrounded by imperative question marks. -- Maggie Stiefvater
  • Romney, Gingrich, Santorum spent their week lecturing America about the morality of birth control. You know, you guys don't need birth control, you are birth control. -- Bill Maher
  • I'm rather relaxed about death. From quite an early age I've regarded it as part of the deal, the unwritten guarantee that comes with your birth certificate. -- Bob Monkhouse
  • I think between the ages of 15 and 32, don't worry about getting married, don't worry about settling down, don't worry about having a baby. Give birth to yourself. -- Kelly Cutrone
  • Sex Ed - when I finally got to take it - was all about biology and birth control and nothing about anything that actually goes on between people. -- E. Lockhart
  • The only life many of the leaders of the anti-family planning movement seem to care about -- indeed obsess about -- is life before birth and after death. -- Riane Eisler
  • Donald Trump showed his birth certificate to reporters. Who cares about his birth certificate? I want to know if that thing on his head has had its vaccinations. -- Craig Ferguson
  • I just heard about a woman in Germany who just gave birth to a baby boy named "Jihad." Or as the TSA put it, "Hope you like Amtrak! -- Jimmy Fallon
  • In the year of 1902, when I was about seventeen years old, I happened to invade one of the sections [in New Orleans] where the birth of Jazz originated from. -- Jelly Roll Morton
  • Birth is of course violent. Menstruation is violent. Trust me, if men's penises opened up once a month and shot blood, we'd be hearing about the violence of it. -- Lidia Yuknavitch
  • We are the only species of mammal that doubts our ability to give birth. It's profitable to scare women about birth. But let's stop it. I tell women: Your body is not a lemon. -- Ina May Gaskin
  • Healthy moms mean healthy families. When my Republican colleagues held a hearing about birth control and refused to include a single woman on the first panel as a witness, I asked, "Where are the women?" -- Carolyn Maloney