15 Love Lessons From 'Sex and the City'

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2. It's Okay to Expose All to Your Girlfriends

15 Love Lessons From Sex and the City Women talked about sex with their friends long before SATC. But the show gave us permission on a large scale to get graphic and detailed in cathartic and hilarious ways. It was like a six-season long Consciousness Raising group with better outfits.

This seems especially true when it comes to discussing self-pleasuring; it's now much more socially acceptable for women to admit they do it ("I'm getting carpal tunnel syndrome"), and even talk about the tools they use (Rabbit, anyone?). By treating it like any other normal, human function, a burden was lifted, even for those of us who were raised to be open about sex.

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Based on the popular TV series, the film follows four friends from New York—Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte—as they travel to Dubai on vacation together and discuss how their lives have changed in the years they've been friends. The film hits theaters May 27, 2010.

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Based on the popular TV series, the film follows four friends from New York—Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte—as they travel to Dubai on vacation together and discuss how their lives have changed in the years they've been friends. The film hits theaters May 27, 2010.

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