” – and he absorbs it with a smile, because he’s Daddy and that’s what daddies do. In one, her friends can’t make her birthday party and she sinks into gloom.
In another, she loses her “Carrie” necklace and sobs – this from a career woman in her forties.
She is, simply, the worst journalist in the history of the world. This is acknowledged when, towards the end of the series, she washes up at Vogue, the worst magazine in the history of the world. In another, Carrie realizes she is homeless because she has spent ,000 on shoes and does not have a deposit for an apartment.
I only spotted one plump woman in the entire run, and she was black.
(If you are black it is OK to be fat because you are not as valuable to advertisers.) When Miranda develops baby-weight she collapses in a puddle of existential grief.
Holding them together is Carrie Bradshaw, a journalist and supposed Everywoman, played by Sarah Jessica Parker.
But be warned, sister – Sex and the City is to feminism what sugar is to dental care.