Words matter. These are the best Young Girl Quotes from famous people such as Alessia Cara, Dominique Crenn, Allison Williams, Pilou Asbaek, Lynn Schusterman, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
As a young girl, I’m always going to have to work a bit harder to prove myself; that’s just reality. But having to work harder makes me feel like girls are stronger, too.
As a young girl, being a chef did not cross my mind – I wanted to conquer the world. I wanted to play with my brother and the boys. I wanted to be a famous photographer.
The idea of a young girl who knows exactly what she wants with her life is the most threatening and unappealing thing you can imagine.
I did a film called ‘Worlds Apart’ about a Jehovah’s Witness. I was the love interest – the male lead – but the story was about the female lead, a young girl who is a part of this cult, and she wants to break out. She meets a guy who has to help her. She has to find out who she is. It’s more like a coming of age story.
I was a young girl the first time I learned about the concept of paying it forward.
When you’re adopted, no matter what, you’ve got issues with unconditional love. And you find out you’re the product of the worst situation for a young girl to be in and start her life, and I’m so grateful that my birth mom made the decision she made. She came from a rough situation.
I think every young girl who’s been through a lot with relationships and trusting people has an inner psycho.
I want to tell any young girl out there who’s a geek, I was a really serious geek in high school. It works out. Study harder.
I went from being able to walk down the street and be ignored to having men whistle at me. I was an insecure young girl, and it felt good to have attention, even though it was inappropriate.
As a teenager, there was a young girl in my neighborhood that I ended up falling for.
The celebrity aspect is nothing short of ridiculous, and auditioning is brutal and dehumanizing. Every time I see a pretty young girl on the subway reading sides for an audition, my only thought is, ‘Man, am I glad I’m not doing that anymore.’ I never feel nostalgia, just relief.
I remember watching the Tony Awards as a young girl, thinking I would never get that far but, in my heart, wanting so badly to perform on Broadway and defy the expectations of my small town.
With fashion, my mother was an icon, but she never lived it in the sense that she was never obsessed with fashion. When I was a young girl, my sister wasn’t doing fashion, so I started fashion thinking, ‘I’m going to do something that they haven’t done yet.’ That was my silly scheme at the time.
Who would ever think that so much went on in the soul of a young girl?
I have drawn my whole life. My parents were in the tapestry restoration business, and as a young girl, I would draw in the missing parts of the tapestry that needed to be rewoven.
Indian audiences these days aren’t really interested in watching a character on screen evolve. They don’t want to see a young girl evolve into being a partner and enter motherhood – they are only really concerned about the story. As long as the story is getting interesting with every passing episode, they want more.
As a young girl I think I wanted to be a horse woman. I loved horses.
I’m just a young girl trying to fulfill the purpose that’s been placed in my heart to do.
I’m so proud of this opportunity I’ve been given by Boohoo. It’s a brand that I’ve loved since I was a young girl so partnering up with them is a very surreal feeling for me and I’m so grateful.
My father’s father fled a pogrom in Russia in the early 20th century and was welcomed to the United States. So was my stepmother, who escaped as a young girl from Communist Hungary in 1950.
As a young girl, I remember singing CeCe Penniston’s ‘Don’t Walk Away.’ It was like my jam.
As a young girl growing up in poverty, I know firsthand how much a paycheck from a summer job can make a difference.
I am an African-American woman of dark skin tone, and there are very specific roles that are usually given to African-American women of a darker hue. Let’s start with ‘Once on This Island’: peasant girl. Let’s go to ‘The Color Purple’: young girl, beaten. Let’s go to ‘Ragtime’: Her baby’s taken.
I want to make sure that every kid, every young boy and young girl in this country gets the opportunity to live their American dream. That’s what the role of being in Congress and being a United States senator is all about.
I have a memory of listening to Tracy Chapman and just being intrigued by her voice. Even as a young girl, I wanted to know more about her and her story. I felt I was learning about her through her music. That was a revelation to me.
I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels.
My parents were dismayed by my love of horror movies as a young girl, then even more dismayed when I kept rooting for Dracula to win instead of Van Helsing.
There was such a lack of modern, recognizable role models for a young girl in the 1950s. I mean, ‘Leave It to Beaver’ didn’t speak to me. That’s why I latched on to music.
When I was a young girl I had to deal with people calling me weird and strange because I spent so much time around boys playing football.
I am a young girl, and I am open to dating, but at the risk of sounding cliched, I really don’t have the time for it.
There were times when I tried to hide my muscles. When you’re a young girl, you hear, ‘You’re really strong,’ or, ‘You have really toned arms.’ In my head, it wasn’t something that should be said about a girl. It should be more, ‘You’re pretty.’
When I was blonde I was perceived as an innocent and sweet young girl.
My playground was the theatre. I’d sit and watch my mother pretend for a living. As a young girl, that’s pretty seductive.
I started out as a very young girl in Hollywood doing westerns portraying a mother with a couple of kids.
When I thought of Christine at first, I was really angry with everything that was given to me as a young girl.
A young man is stirred and stimulated by the consciousness of how much depends upon his own exertions: a young girl is oppressed by it.
Since I was a young girl in the punk scene, almost all of my friends have been gay or lesbian, so for me, it’s an obvious answer when it comes to whether or not gay people should be recognized as equal.
Obviously, if some young girl wants my advice and wants me to be her mentor, I would be very happy to offer that. But I don’t really see myself as a coach.
I just want to be that young girl from L.A. who snowboards and gets her nails done.
As a young girl, I did not think that ‘Time Lord’ would ever be on my CV.
I’ve been in the songwriting circuit as well. I’ve been in a couple writing camps where there are seven top writers or whatever, and they’re writing songs for a young girl or a young guy that are coming up, and they’re kind of nuts.
I became a novelist because of ‘Gone With the Wind,’ or more precisely, my mother raised me up to be a ‘Southern’ novelist, with a strong emphasis on the word ‘Southern’ because ‘Gone With the Wind’ set my mother’s imagination ablaze when she was a young girl growing up in Atlanta.
I guess, as a young girl growing up in Liverpool in the ’80s, when unemployment was high, my ideal job would have been to have been Minister for Employment to see, can you solve these problems? Can you get people into work?
I always had a passion to write as a young girl.
The age I’m at now, you go from being a young girl to suddenly you blossom into a woman. You ripen, you know? And then you start to rot.
My mother as a young girl went out with a young SS officer and she didn’t really know what was going on – she just liked the uniform. When he told her about the things that he did, she was disgusted and broke up with him.
I have written a book called ‘In the Wonderland of Numbers.’ It’s about a young girl, Neha, who is very poor in mathematics, but in a series of illusory experiences, she becomes a great mathematician.
I think every young girl at some point in her early life wonders what it’s like to be a princess. They like the idea of dressing up and the fun of it.
One can’t live with a child of Holocaust survivors without absorbing some of the same sensibilities that her parents transmitted to her as a young girl. It is an unspoken dread, a sense of fragility, an anxious anticipation of unseen horrors.
Black Widow’ is a metaphor for this innocent young girl who gets infected with life, traumas, experiences, and the balance of light and darkness. She becomes this poised and powerful creature. That’s the album.
‘Cue for Treason,’ by Geoffrey Trease, radicalized my young girl brain and made me want to be a gender-bending, sonnet-writing anarchist. It really made something roar to life inside of me.
I’ve had Irish skin from the time I was a young girl.
I’ve always wanted to play the villain. But the young girl is never the villain.
I was a confused young girl with so much tragedy. Sometimes when you’re going through stuff, the last person you’re thinking exists is God. I mean, it was my confusion, the anger that was in my heart, all that drama. But thank God I know God now, okay?
When I was a young girl, I used to dream about what I would be when I grew up. I thought that I wanted to be a nurse, then a teacher, even a pilot at one point.
Growing up in Niagara Falls, Ontario, I took classes as a young girl and became very serious about ballet, and also performed with a local company, although it wasn’t a professional company.
When I was a young girl, I’d love giving book reports.
There’s a viral video of a young girl learning to say ‘who’ but pronouncing it as ‘wah’ which I think could be one of the funniest things that has ever happened.
Not having a mum is massive for a young girl really.
Every time a young girl comes in and asks me for advice, if you start your conversation with, ‘How hard is it as a black woman,’ or, ‘How hard is it as a woman,’ I turn you around. Because I cannot – we cannot look at the roadblocks and see the road at the same time.
I loved dancing as a young girl.
I didn’t want my daughter to feel culturally isolated in the pursuit of her studies as I had as a young girl. I didn’t want her to give up on her passions just because she didn’t see anyone else like her in the classroom.
I grew up very fast as a young girl, but I grew slowly into my womanhood.
As a young girl, there are pressures that come with any career, but I decided when I got into this I didn’t want to be perfect.
As a young girl, my real dream was to be the woman in the shows at SeaWorld.
What I’ve learned about being trans in transition is just that sometimes good things don’t happen when you try to rush things. Just as a young girl grows into a young woman, you know, we transition; we grow into our bodies the same way.
I was a very young girl and I got into fashion very much by accident, wanting to be independent. What was wonderful was that while I was learning and discovering – learning about the work, discovering myself as a woman – I was allowing other women to feel the same way.
When I was a young girl, I lost a lot of weight over one summer – involuntarily – and was just really depressed and sad. There was nothing I could do to gain weight. I would look in the mirror and call myself disgusting every day.
When I think of a merry, happy, free young girl – and look at the ailing, aching state a young wife generally is doomed to – which you can’t deny is the penalty of marriage.
People reacted to how I looked, and that was certainly a power to have as a young girl, but not one that you really understand.
My father once told me when I was a young girl that I was destined to do great things. His belief in my abilities and ambition is rooted deeply in the spirit of Malawians; resilient and determined for a better Malawi and a better Africa.
At 24 I was a wannabe. I was not a ‘former TV presenter’ as everybody says – I was a young girl living on a wish, appearing on the roulette channel at 1 am and selling cordless kettles on Channel 953.
As a young girl, I used to dream of giving an interview. You dream of stardom as a kid. People think they don’t want to be stars. Everyone wants to be a star! That’s the truth. Even grownups; they pretend they don’t want to be one and don’t care. But everyone wants to.
Since I was a young girl, I always wanted to pursue law studies. I would have never imagined that my career would have taken a complete different route.
As a young girl, I definitely struggled with knowing what to do with my hair. I was just in a neighborhood that had mostly white people, and the hair norm was long and sleek and straight. My hair naturally was curly, and I didn’t have that many references.
A young girl reached out to me to be her mentor one day, which I didn’t really know anything about. What I did remember was what it was to be alone as an African-American dancer in the ballet world and wanting to connect with someone who looks like me.
Ever since I was a young girl, even in school, I was always a perfectionist, and I always wanted to do my homework as soon as I got home. Everything had to be done properly.