‘Sex and the City’ was released 20 years ago. I’d like to debunk any notion a young gal might have that New York City is a good place to date.
In the same way that the show had an outsized influence on women’s fashion, so too did it influence their behavior. The latter didn’t work out so well.
Bre Payton and Emily Yahr discuss current drama on ‘The Bachelorette,’ looking back on ‘Sex and The City,’ and both shows in the light of new feminism.
Besides being famous for the role as Miranda in ‘Sex and the City,’ Cynthia Nixon is a spokeswoman for a leftist, labor-backed education activist group.
A Marie Claire writer insists ‘Sex and the City’ character Charlotte York is an ‘anti-feminist.’ This just goes to show how narrow minded and dour feminism can be.
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