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Sex and the City is not Feminist

Why Sex and the City work in the male gaze.

All the women from sex and the city in black dresses
Women from “Sex and the City” in Elle 20th Anniversary article “How Sex And The City Holds Up…And Doesn’t”

Sex and the City aired its first episode on television on June 6th, 1998. This show followed the lives of four women: Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte, as they deal with love, loss, the city of New York, and general middle-class women issues. At the time, the show received a lot of acclaim and criticism for the show's topics…




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