54-year-old Cynthia Nixon, who played the role of Miranda Hobbs in the cult TV series “Sex and the City”, yesterday in an interview with Radio Times, remembered the show again. The star stated that while some aspects of the show have stood the test of time, others now seem outdated.
“Sex and the City” showed the whole world that women are not too eager to get married. He showed how strongly women are interested in sex and really think about it,
Cynthia Nixon in the TV series Sex and the City
According to the actress, now some of the details of the show look irrelevant, as it was, in her opinion, too “white”, and even then the cast members understood this.
There are things about Sex and the City that look very dated now. Even at that time we understood it perfectly
– shares Nixon.
Cynthia Nixon, Christine Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City
During her interview with the Radio Times, Cynthia also said that she would love to see more female producers, writers and directors working on the show. She explained that the show is great for highlighting the importance of female leadership in society, which used to be more typical for male characters.
Earlier, Nixon had already spoken about some of the flaws in the project, which now seem especially obvious to her. So, she pointed out that the show was not feminist enough.
After filming the series, Cynthia focused on her political career and announced her candidacy for Governor of New York in 2018. She is also active in support of the LGBTQ community (her oldest child is transgender, and she herself is in same-sex marriage) and fights for the rights of feminists.