I think that no Sex & The City fan wanted to be like Miranda: she was definitely the less fashionable woman in the group. The one eating cake from the garbage can because she couldn't help but eating it. The one who moved from the glamorous Manhattan to Brooklyn. Nevertheless, if SATC was played nowadays, she would probably be the real heroine: a woman willing to work hard for her career in a prestigious lawyer society, dating the most diverse men not only because "they're hot" (uh, sorry Samantha!) but because they're fascinating in their own way. She was the one who left her girlfriends at the restaurant because they didn't have any interesting topic to talk about besides men. And come on, I watched every single episode of Sex and the City and only now I realize that she was so right: is it all about this? Nowadays to me these ladies seem so "drama queens"...And I think it's curious that the less popular character in the show was actually the most realistic and feminist one: it seems like this show was built to make women (well, and a lot of teenage girls too) desire to be like Carrie Bradshaw, whose main problems were men/sex/shoes...but probably it's a generation of Mirandas that we need if we want to have a more realistic and ambitious view of our role as women! #sexandthecity#mirandahobbes#carriebradshaw#newyorkcity#newyorker#Repost@newyorkercartoons with @get_repost
A cartoon by @jeremywins. #TNYcartoons
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Aproveitando, a atriz Cynthia Nixox (a Miranda Hobbes de #sexandthecity) anunciou esta semana que vai concorrer ao cargo de Governadora em Nova York.
A atriz Cynthia Nixon, a Miranda da aclamada série ‘Sex and The City’, anunciou sua candidatura à governadora de Nova York.
Através da sua conta oficial do Twitter, a mesma explica suas motivações e o desejo de contribuir com a cidade.