Though the ladies hardly kept any secrets to themselves, check out these 25 facts about 'Sex and the City' that you likely never heard before.
Most women over 30 just aren't that open to going out to meet men after they've been running errands all day or working 10 hours straight. We'd rather curl up with a good book or the dog.
Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen wrote a book called Goddesses in Every Woman where she described feminine archetypes using the mythical Greek Goddesses. A Jungian psychoanalyst, Dr. Bolen outlined the characteristics of each archetype and common patterns in their lives that identified them. When I first read this book I initially thought I was Artemis, or whom the Romans called Diana, who formed brotherly relationships with men.
For some men, the art of being a gentleman is second nature. They ooze a certain sense of confidence and debonair. Whether they were raised well, its in their DNA or they were inspired by characters seen in movies, some men just know how to wow a woman. For others, it can be a challenge. Courtmanship and courtesy are as foreign as speaking Latin. In fact, speaking Latin may be easier. Saying "Bless you" after a sneeze is as close to chivalrous as they get.
A few years ago, Mandy Hale ejected herself from a toxic relationship and found herself, once again, in Single Land. She was determined to seek out inspiring female role models for this new path ... but with the disappearance of "Sex in the City's" support system of solo gals, the happy single lady landscape turned out to be a bit, well, sparse.
A quiz to determine if you are more like Hannah Horvath from 'Girls' or Carrie Bradshaw from 'Sex and the City.'
It's National Unmarried And Single Americans Week, and we at YourTango are kicking up our heels and celebrating. Check out our resident "love experts'" 100 favorite things about being single this week! Here's part 3 of 5.
In "Sex and the City," the landmark 90s television series, Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw character was the dream girl for millions of young women who fantasized about living in the big city, dating hot guys and wearing fabulous shoes (and not necessarily in that order). Now, Carrie appears to have grown up: Parker—as ever, enviably thin, chic, and charmingly rumpled—is starring in "I Don't Know How She Does It," which opens this weekend.
Well ladies, it looks like no one has had quite enough of the Sex and the City franchise. Close on the heels of the announcement of a SATC3 film, the CW has bought the rights to a show based on The Carrie Diaries. The SATC prequel series could hit the small screen this time next year.
Just as we were getting our Dior slip dresses in knots over the possibility of another Sex And The City movie, debating whether Blake Lively should play Samantha or Selena Gomez would make a good Charlotte...they've pulled the rug out from underneath us and are putting the show back on TV.
Just as we were getting our Dior slip dresses in knots over the possibility of another 'Sex And The City' movie, debating whether Blake Lively should play Samantha or Selena Gomez would make a good Charlotte, they've pulled the rug out from underneath us and are putting the show back on TV. Sarah Jessica Parker is producing the new show.
Whether it's a one-night stand or a man you've been with for years, having frank discussion about sexual health with a partner is never easy. But a new study suggest that snuggling up for an evening of TV may make the talk a little less painful—as long as you're watching Sex and the City
Single women, rejoice: The New York Times has confirmed that you aren't actually like Carrie Bradshaw. While pop culture's single women have a reputation bankrupting themselves on shopping sprees, the typical single woman actually spends her money on practical ventures like housing and transportation. In fact, single women spend less than 5 percent of their income on clothing, haircuts, manicures, and the like.