In case you hadn't heard there's a movie coming out based on the old HBO drama about the fictional lives of four skanks living in New York. Needless to say the liberal press is treating this film like it's the second coming of Casablanca. "Sex and the City: The Movie" stars Sarah Jessica Parker (a hasbeen thespian until this show made her a star), Kristin Davis (a recovering alcoholic who once dated the likes of crazy loon Alec Baldwin), Cynthia Nixon (a longtime actress who recently left the father of her two kids for a woman) and Kim Cattrall (who before the show was most famous for starring in the 70's teen-sex hit "Porky's"). With its liberal views on sex, feminism and relationships "Sex in the City" was a hit within the female community, both young and old:
You can only watch Samantha Jones bed so many gorgeous guys before wondering if 4-inch heels and sky-high confidence would allow you to do the same.
At least that's what happened to "Lisa" (not her real name). She got hooked on "Sex and the City" when she was a 14-year-old growing up on Long Island, N.Y. It was the same year she lost her virginity. She soon graduated to ordering cosmopolitans at bars she snuck into and cheating on her boyfriend with up to seven other guys -- in one week.
"When you're that age you try to emulate people on TV. Carrie smoked, so I smoked, Samantha looked at hooking up with random people as not a big deal, so that's what I did too," said Lisa, now 22. "It wasn't 'Sex and the City's' fault. I love the show, but I think it made it a little easier to justify my behavior."
Another example of what the debauchery drenched Madonna, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton-sponsored "Girls Gone Wild" era is doing to our young women.