It doesn't take itself seriously, it recognises the fun in those relationships. It was a mirror of our lives. It sounded crude and awful. Even though the show is so funny and slick, it doesn't fall into the trap of most comedy series - it doesn't patronise its protagonists. All that disappears from the soft-focus post-feminism that Sex and the City embodies.
The tougher it gets, the harder these women try. Carrie realizes people go to casinos for the same reason they go on blind dates - hoping to hit the jackpot, but wonders: The level of their empowerment seems to be whether they can book a table at a particular restaurant or snag a certain man. Joyce Carol Oates said something about when a series is over it's like a tragedy. The Daily Mail Something tells me these characters are going to find their way up our nostrils in no time. I was working for American Vogue, so I was spending all of my money on expensive shoes. From the few episodes I've seen, I find it Gucci-Smoochie. Surely feminism can deliver more than that? Carrie, however, celebrates the "faux" birthday, by accompanying Miranda and Charlotte to join Samantha on her latest private jet trip with Richard to Atlantic City. The Independent The first time round, you think how bright, sharp and shiny. Ann Summers was already selling something like over half a million sex toys, but still no one talked about them - they were seen to be sad and desperate. Before feminism, women were told that they had to be wary of other women because they would steal your man. But once I did, I loved it. It's full of product-placement, with very little irony around that - not like in Ab Fab, which was all about joking about a certain brand. Even though the show is so funny and slick, it doesn't fall into the trap of most comedy series - it doesn't patronise its protagonists. The London Evening Standard I wanted to despise it. It doesn't take itself seriously, it recognises the fun in those relationships. It sounded crude and awful. No one in New York was saying "Oh my god! I think the director was anti-feminist, so it always seemed to turn the storyline around to be anti-women. If we know the house always wins, why gamble? Noreena Hertz Writer and academic I find it a bit inane really. But when it comes to finding a mate for life, they miss the target every time Bridget Jones is always on her own, talking about how she'll never find a man, and though they do talk a lot about men, the philosophy is that though the men will change, their friendship will be there forever. It has given a respectability to something that previously was just gossip - something less than conversation. I'm more of a Cold Feet person.
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