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And Just Like That — We Need Samantha Jones Back

The Sex and the City reboot is good, but Kim Cattrall would’ve made it better [spoilers]

As a 20-something, Sex and the City showed me an alternative path in life. One that allowed women to be feminine, flawed, and deeply connected to their friends — regardless of their marital status. I didn’t know it at the time, but the…

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For women in their 30s & 40s or whatever. If the internet doesn’t think you’re cool anymore, we do.

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Simone Keelah Brathwaite

Simone Keelah Brathwaite

A self-proclaimed freedom chaser who writes about self-development, spirituality, relationships, & black folx thangs. Sign up for updates www.SimoneKeelah.com.

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