Sex And The City

The cast of the HBO televisions series "Sex and the City" (L-R) Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis pose in this undated publicity photograph. The series new season premieres July 21, 2002 in the United States. The real-life pregnancy of Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars as sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw, required an early production wrap last spring. NO SALES
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The Feminist Side Of Sex And The City

When you ignore the superficialities and explicitness to focus more on the underlying message, it is apparent that there is more to Sex And The City than meets the eye. To take one instance, when Charlotte York, a successful art dealer, proudly decides to quit her career to play the role of a homemaker she justifies her decision by relying on the ideals of feminism -- the movement that is all about empowering women and giving them the right to choose.