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“What if it was a man?”
That is one of the reflections that the American actress Sarah Jessica Parker, 56, makes in an interview for Vogue magazine in which she refers to the messages about her appearance that she has recently received on social networks.
“Gray hair, gray hair, gray hair! Do you have gray hair?”, He explained that they write to him, to illustrate the harassment of the that has been exposed by photographs in which its gray hair and wrinkles are seen.
“I’m sitting with (the presenter) Andy Cohen and he has a head full of gray hair and is exquisite. Why is it okay for him? I don’t know what to say to them!”
The actress of the hit “Sex and the City” (“Sex in the city”), in which she played the sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw, is filming new episodes of a sequel to the series.
“There is so much misogynistic talk about us that would never happen about a man“the actress told Vogue.
“‘He’s got too many wrinkles, he doesn’t have enough wrinkles.’ It almost feels like people don’t want us to be okay where we are, as if they almost enjoyed from that it hurts us what we are todayeven if we choose to age naturally and not look perfect or if we do something to ourselves if it makes us feel better. ”
“I know how I look. I have no choice. What am I going to do about it? Stop aging? Disappear?”
“And Just Like That…”
The theme that Parker exposes in the interview could not be more relevant because precisely the new series “And Just Like That …” is about to be released, a sequel to “Sex and The City” that follows Carrie and her friends, Charlotte and Miranda, while navigating love and human relationships at 50 in New York.
During the six seasons and 94 episodes of “Sex and The City”, between 1998 and 2004, Sarah Jessica Parker became an icon of fashion, relationships and relationships with her character, Carrie Bradshaw. the sex lives of women in hectic New York.
Kim Cattrall, who played the popular character Samantha Jones, will not appear in the new series.
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“Am I going to stop aging? Disappear? ”: Sarah Jessica Parker’s response to criticism about her appearance and her gray hair – BBC News World