This moment of truth creates a deafening pause as she declares to her friends how unhappy she is despite having a seemingly glamorous lifestyle .
However, the most significant lessons from the series were about being independent, owning your sexuality, and finding oneself, all while looking amazing.
To be sure, America does need a powerful figure to stand up to Trumpism.
That’s why I don’t blame people for thinking that a celebrity with gravitas, with a commanding presence, with millions of followers could be that person.
However, this is the wrong approach to finding “the one.” As any good millennial, I learned about dating from television.
I grew up on the story of Ross and Rachel on “Friends”; I followed Tracee Ellis Ross’ dating woes on “Girlfriends”; I closely monitored the hookups on “Grey’s Anatomy”; and now, I’m amazed at how closely my life resembles that of Yvonne Orji’s character Molly on Insecure.” But none of these shows compares to the countless dating experiences that “Sex and the City” offered.