Charlotte is so repulsed by her lover's foreskin that she refers to him as "the shar pei." Miranda announces "I am circumcising my kids -- I don't want to know there's a woman somewhere calling my son a shar pei!
" (Well maybe he'll be with a woman who loves him, rather than some superficial chick!
Up until the very end of her storyline, she was specifically in white to convey that her personality was "vanilla." 14.
I've even noticed some die-hard fans in line at the box office sporting t-shirts proclaiming "I'm a Samantha," or "I'm a Charlotte." Being a relationship writer and somewhat of a Carrie Bradshaw girl myself, I couldn't help but wonder ...
And for each person, the reasons may be slightly different, but today I’d like to share the dating, fashion and life lessons that I learned while watching (and re-watching) this beloved sitcom. These qualities or lack-thereof are very attractive.
As I spoke about in a previous post, while women have the approval from society to take the reins in the dating department, letting him chase you, letting him convince you that he genuinely wants to get to know you, will result in less heartache.
After all, if a man knows he can have you, you aren’t exactly projecting the image of being his “someone special”. While the show empowered women in many ways, many viewers I feel misinterpreted the intention regarding sex.
Respect yourself enough to know that you are worth the chase, and if he doesn’t want to chase you, you don’t want him in your life. As Vivienne Westwood defines sexy, “It is about looking powerful and important,” not easy or out of control.