“sex and the city” was a cultural phenomenon.
vixens and gay males loved tf outta that show.
that show had white vixens from wisconsin moving to new yawk,
living in shoeboxes,
just to wear labels and fuck randoms they met in clubs.
i feel like that’s where all the gentrification came from too.
even some black vixens moved here to live their “sex and the city” experience.
the show inspired me to font about my love and sex life like carrie bradshaw in her iconic columns.
“I had to wonder…”
at the time,
there wasn’t a show where it showed new yawk in the light in which it did.
it showed this city in a glamourous way,
all while highlighting the drama of sex and trying to find a “mr. big” in this big city.
when i watch now,
carrie and mr. big was toxic af.
who was my favorite,
is the “sex” in “sex and the city”.
sarah jessica parker,
who played the iconic character of “carrie bradshaw”,
surprised us with the trailer for the reboot on “hbo max” but…
black folks need to stop wanting to be “included” in everything.
i fonted it.
we always complain about the lack of diversity on a white show,
especially shows based in new yawk.
“sex and the city” and “friends” had that debate for many years.
well sarah jessica parker,
who played carrie bradshaw on “sex and the city”,
claims the show was “tone deaf”.
this is what she had to say via “the hollywood reporter”…
Isn’t the thrill the most exciting part of the game?
Imagine wanting something so bad that you can literally taste it.
You go to bed thinking about it and rise thinking about it.
You even see reminders of it throughout your day.
You ever had that happen?
The name or thing looks enhanced until you get it.
And when you do and you fulfill that desire… you are kinda over it.