The Betrayal of Sex and the City's Ending, Explained
Check out Noom’s free online evaluation quiz at https://bit.ly/noom_thetake | The Take is launching a brand new merch line! Check out our limited edition designs available on the Merch Shelf now before they’re gone: https://the-take.myteespring.co/ | The thesis of Sex and the City seems to be that women don’t need to be defined by marriage. From its premiere in 1998 through six subsequent seasons, the show suggested that women could get everything they needed from their friends. So, many viewers found it startling when the series finale directly contradicted the proposition the show had seemingly set out to prove. In the end, Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte's storylines focus on their committed relationships with men. So what message did the show’s writers send with this rom-com fairy tale conclusion? Here’s our Take on how Sex and the City’s ending disproved the progressive argument that it initially proposed, and what it left us with instead.If you like this video, subscribe to our channel or support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thetakeFollow The Take on Instagram: http://instagram.com/ThisIsTheTake, Twitter: http://twitter.com/ThisIsTheTake, Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ThisIsTheTake, Snap: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/The_Take/8721082935, Website: https://the-take.com/
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