Kim cattrall dating younger man
But another news story from earlier in the month really made me despair for humankind and wonder if this dust bowl of a world was a decent place at all.
It was the groan heard round the world when Sarah Jessica Parker dropped a tantalising (possibly horrifying) hint that Carrie Bradshaw and her band of merry Manhattanites could be making a comeback.
"I don't think any of us have said no," she said of the idea of dusting off those frivolous frocks and sitting around, moaning about Big for one last time.
For her part, Kim Cattrall has commented that jumping back into Sam Jones' britches "could be fun".
"It is 146 minutes long, which means that I entered the theatre in the bloom of youth and emerged with a family of field mice living in my long, white moustache," wrote one critic at the time.
"This is an entirely inappropriate length for what is essentially a home video of gay men playing with giant Barbie dolls." A shame, really, because its small-screen forebear was a zippy, tightly packaged trailblazer.
Is it wrong to say that these messages have ruined dating for younger women?Carrie, the journalist, certainly wouldn't be living the high life on one single column, and without an email address to boot.And as a sex columnist, she'd be handed her head for deeming bisexuality 'a layover on the way to Gaytown'.Back in the Nineties, TV series about friends were plentiful; Cold Feet, This Life and, well, Friends.Each was salty and fresh in its own way, but Carrie Bradshaw & Co truly blew the doors off, unearthing a whole new part of the landscape we never even knew we wanted Much of Sex and the City's conceits still hold up well today: the idea that female friendship is Titan-strong, and that 30-something women have plenty of self-love to administer before they start looking for it somewhere else.