To make a deliberate falsification for personal gain is the last, worst depth to which either scholar or artist can descend in work or life.(, 8 September 1935)
Some people's blameless lives are to blame for a good deal.
I imagine you come across a number of people who are disconcerted by the difference between what you do feel and what they fancy you ought to feel. It is fatal to pay the smallest attention to them.
[W]hen I see men callously and cheerfully denying women the full use of their bodies, while insisting with sobs and howls on the satisfaction of their own, I simply can't find it heroic, or kind, or anything but pretty rotten and feeble.