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.
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.
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.