Sex and the City would never happen irl

I suffered through both films and a few episodes to bring you this revelation. Appreciate its background and my willingness to suffer for the redpill truth. The central premise would never happen. For a point never raised by male commentators.

Women of similar social habits become friends.
Birds of a feather do flock together in reality.

It's a fantasy of social power above sexual power

A slut would never befriend a prude in a meaningful, lasting way. Nor a shopaholic singleton with a devoted mother. A drama queen with a retiring wallflower. Extremes tend to project onto one another. There are few exceptions, that is true, but exceptions prove the rule. SatC is as much a fantasy about Sisterhood, women of all stripes coming together equally, as it is any commentary on what they actually DO once they’re together. (Status-enforcing behaviours, mostly).

You wanna know what really happens when different types of woman get together?

We hate each other. Since women compete socially.

Most of the shit women do is for the benefit of other women

Notice how there’re no women of a different age? Race? Sexuality, really? No male feminists? No gay guys allowed?

It’s a Queen Bee fantasy. Each stereotype is considered powerful “in her own way” (Special Snowflake Siren) and the (stupid) female viewer choosing one to identify with is afforded a secret sense of superiority over the other Girls. Yeah, I’m calling it, this explains the structure of Girls ‘premise’ I read on wikipedia because no way am I suffering through that shit so soon after SatC.

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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