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LGBTQ+ Tropes on TV Need to Stop

LGBTQ+ Tropes on TV Need to Stop

Just about every TV show wants to claim an LGBTQ+ character. Either to meet a quota or to appeal to a mass audience. Here we reveal the problems and offer solutions.
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Sex and the City Details

Sex and the City is the iconic women's dramedy on HBO about four single ladies living in New York City.

Number of Episodes
74
Start Date
Seasons:

Sex and the City Quotes

Carrie: The longer I sat at that table, the more alone I felt. And it really hit me: I am 35 and alone!
Miranda: You are not alone.
Carrie: No, I know I have you guys, but...and really, I hate myself a little for saying this, but...it felt really sad not to have a man in my life who cares about me. No special guy to wish me happy birthday. No goddamn soulmate. And I don't even know if I belive in soulmates.
Charlotte: Don't laugh at me, but maybe we could be each others soulmates? And then we could let men be just these great nice guys to have fun with?
Samantha: Well, that sounds like a plan.
Carrie: I'm 35. 35 is not 25.
Miranda: Thank God!
Carrie: I'm 35!
Samantha: Oh, shut the f*** up. I'm 140!

It's like the riddle of the Sphinx. Why are there so many great unmarried women, and no great unmarried men?

Carrie