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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Are You a "SEX" Maniac? I'm talking "Sex in the City"!

I admit it. I am a "Sex" maniac. I loved the "Sex and the City" series on HBO. It was so refreshing to see four women, not girls, in the prime of their life and getting the most out of New York, men and their world in general!

These were real women, they cursed (sometimes shockingly so), they slept around, they suffered and they celebrated with each other. It was a wonderful testament to sisterhood, DIVAdom and friendship.

These were women of the modern world, they had thrown out the "truths" told to them by the previous generation and they were taking on life on their own terms. I loved them all because they complemented each other and gave each other what no man ever could - total support and understanding.

Based on Candace Bushnell's book of the same title, it was centered around Carrie Bradshaw (the narrator and central DIVA, Sarah Jessica Parker) and her three DIVA friends, Samantha Jones (the sexy one played by Kim Cattrall), Charlotte York (the sweet one played by Kristin Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (the career minded one, Cynthia Nixon).

I cannot wait for the Memorial Day weekend because the "Sex in the City" movie premieres May 30th! I've already made plans to go and see the movie with my DIVA friends and fellow "Sex" maniacs - I wonder if I could manage to sneak in a few Cosmopolitans to go with my popcorn?

A LADY DOESN'T THINK ABOUT SEX, SEX, SEX, SEX. . . .
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4 comments:

  1. You know, I never watched Sex and the City. I didn't feel I could relate to anything that was going on but I did watch the ladies when they were on Oprah and the movie looks like it could be good. If you go, please write a review.

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  2. Karen O'BannonMay 17, 2008 at 8:15 PM

    I watched it on HBO and I'm going to see the movie.

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  3. A review, now why didn't I think of that???? Bev, you be a geeen-e-us!

    I will do just that and I'll sneak in a few pictures of the experience if I can too!

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  4. Karen - I'm really looking forward to the wedding of Big and Carrie after all these years, lol.

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