And how fashion risks can really pay off? And how girlfriends are the real soulmates in this wonderful thing we call life! Have you ever realized that the level of sexual awareness — both sexual freedom, and awareness of general upkeep of sexual areas of the body?
W e've been thinking it for two long years. All of us. Gnawing our cheeks at night, clutching at sweaty sheets, our faces hollow and gray, our once-bright eyes dimmed by the pain of too many questions.
Two seemingly different ideas that might just be perfect together - like chocolate and peanut butter. Carrie and Aidan are interrupted in bed by the voice of Big on Carrie's answering machine. Though Aidan says nothing, Carrie fears that he'll never be able to forgive her for her affair with Big. She wonders if you can ever really forgive if you can't forget.
When she calls out the catcalling from the guy inside the sandwich after being unashamed about fantasising about having sex with a sandwich - we've all been there. When she earns more than Steve and doesn't give a damn. When all the other three do is whine about boys so she just fucks off.
If there was one TV character whose legacy is inextricably linked to her clothing, it's Carrie Bradshaw. But as any fashionista knows, not every risk pays off — and Carrie is no exception. Here are 24 of her wackiest, weirdest, and most baffling looks.
Sex and the City was good for many reasons — but now doctors are hailing Carrie, Samantha et al as the pioneers of a public health miracle — the near eradication of the pubic louse. Now doctors from the British Association of Dermatologists BAD have pin-pointed the moment waxing hit the mainstream, hypothesising that an episode of Sex and the City which aired in sparked the trend. From toincidence of pubic lice dropped from 0.
Carrie Bradshaw's wardrobe on Sex and the City may be known as the most fashion-forward of the bunch, but Samantha Jones's was definitely the most exciting. Whether she was sporting a skin-tight dress, sultry over-the-knee bootsor boldly printed fashions, Samantha's daring wardrobe helped her steal pretty much every scene she was in. The show's stylist, Patricia Field, told us she would describe Samantha's style as, "sexy, strong, and independent," which is why she filled her closet with "fitted silhouettes in bright and happy colours, and often times low cut tops.
Manhattan's leading ladies led glamorous - and sometimes very wild - lives in their 30s and 40s, and now it seems women in their 50s and 60s are getting in on the act too. The creator of the iconic show, Candace Bushnell, who Sarah Jessica Parker's character was loosely based on, dropped the bombshell that Sex and the City is back, more than ten years after the last episode aired. The show will follow older women and their very active sex lives, as they navigate the pitfalls of modern dating - think apps.