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Time for some hard questions.*

April 21st, 2008     by Stacey May Fowles     Comments

*Okay, it’s not a hard question. But hey, it’s Monday.

It’ll be here soon, so we really should ask…

Can a feminist really love Sex and the City?

For some, Sex and the City was a refreshing story of friendship and sexual freedom. For others, it was an orgy of consumerism and triviality. With the film version set to open, Alice Wignall asks if the series was good or bad for women.

What do you think? Do you think SATC is feminist? Vapid? Fun? Do you think it is in opposition to feminist ideals? Do you think it harms women or empowers them?

Tags: film reel, media savvy

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