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This summer marks the eighteenth anniversary of an HBO show premiere that would go on to have an impressive six-season run and an even more notable impact on many generations of women. Helmed by Sarah Jessica Parker, SATC was the larger-than-life story of four women living, working, shopping, and falling in and out of love or at least having lots of sex in Manhattan. It was a veritable cultural phenomenon and displayed a type of woman-embraces-sex mentality we had never before seen on TV, even if it was on HBO.
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Is It Really a Sign of Empowerment if Women Are Initiating Hookups?
Dear reader: Dr. - In Praise of Walt Whitman.
On the surface, I was successful. I was surrounded by diverse, intellectual friends. I led a popular student website and was active in the arts and athletics.
And, if they were particularly daring, perhaps a few serious boyfriends in between. But what about everything women have gained thanks to the ability to dabble in relationships without putting other ambitions on hold? I think she's right.
After my freshman year of college, I decided I was sick and tired of girls being labeled for hooking up with men. Frankly, I was shocked that women were being labeled as sluts, whores and other degrading titles for doing the same exact things as our male counterparts. Men weren't the only ones labeling women; even women labeled other women. This just didn't seem to register in my head as fair or logical. Most women don't want to admit their "magic number" because if it's too high, you'll be deemed promiscuous; if it's too low, you'll be branded a prude.