I find it curious that Warner Bros. even misquote their own movie. Did any of you realize this is a misquote? THIS is what Aunt Jet says: "There's a little witch in all of us." Why does this get transformed to 'every woman?' I mean, yes, there are only women gathered when Jet makes this statement, but I always felt the statement was more enveloping than just those gathered.
Is it because witches are thought to be only women? And men are supposedly 'warlocks'? But that isn't the case at all. Men are not warlocks, they are witches in their own right.
I think Jet's actual statement is far more appropriate. I may be the only one here, but I really don't like to disclude men when there is just as much a right for them as there is for women. We are ALL witches, regardless of gender.
As such, this I say:
There's a little Witch in ALL OF US!