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Is There Still Sex in the City? by Candace Bushnell

Twenty years after her sharp, seminal first book Sex and the City reshaped the landscape of pop culture and dating with its fly on the wall look at the mating rituals of the Manhattan elite, the trailblazing Candace Bushnell delivers a new book on the wilds and lows of sex and dating after fifty.

Set between the Upper East Side of Manhattan and a country enclave known as The Village, Is There Still Sex in the City? gathers Bushnell’s signature short, sharp, satirical commentaries on the love and dating habits of middle aged men and women as they continue to navigate the ever-modernizing world of relationships. Throughout, Bushnell documents 21st century dating phenomenon, such as the “Unintended Cub Situation” in which a sensible older woman suddenly becomes the love interest of a much younger man, the “Mona Lisa” Treatment—a vaginal restorative surgery often recommended to middle aged women, and what it’s really like to go on Tinder dates as a fifty something divorcee. Bushnell also updates one of her most celebrated stories from Sex and the City, “The Bicycle Boys,” a breed of New York man who was always trying to bring his bike up to women’s apartments. Once an anomaly, Bushnell charts their new ubiquitousness, in addition to where, and how to do your own man stalking via bicycle (and whether or not it’s worth it).

In Is There Still Sex in The City? Bushnell looks at love and life from all angles—marriage and children, divorce and bereavement, as well as the very real pressures on women to maintain their youth and have it all. This is a pull-no-punches social commentary and an indispensable companion to one of the most revolutionary dating books of the twentieth century.
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But the second moment — in which the stars arrive in a limo and walk up the steps — took hours to shoot, partly because of the constantly surging onlookers armed with video cameras, cellphones and attitude. Nearby an assistant managed a cart laden with identical bouquets of white and red roses and purple orchids. The girls were — ohmigod! Even the cast and crew were surprised by the level of attention. From the basement of the Bryant Park Hotel, where she was hiding from the crowds after the library shoot, Ms. Though the television series ended its six-year run on HBO in , many viewers follow it on DVD or in syndication here and abroad.

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Others let them stand. Either way, for many viewers, the melancholy endures.

THE Tongue and Groove club in Buckhead, a well-manicured suburb of Atlanta, is the sort of place that might make Carrie Bradshaw and her friends raise their well-groomed eyebrows to the roof. Definitely the sort of place that would send Carrie, the New York sex columnist played by Sarah Jessica Parker in the HBO series ''Sex and the City,'' straight to her laptop, cigarette dangling from her lips, ironically hip gold name necklace and Playboy bunny pendant nestled in her cleavage. But on a sweltering July night at a promotional party that HBO threw there for the show, one of dozens of similar events planned across the country, the cast was toasted by the crowd in absentia. I'm all about fashion, and they are saying that anything goes. The success of ''Sex and the City,'' now midway through its second season, has taken even some of HBO's executives by surprise.

Monica Lewinsky had just been featured on the cover of Vanity Fair, and her name was regularly mentioned on the front pages of major newspapers. The Clinton-Lewinsky affair had made lewd gossip an acceptable form of political commentary, and ''Sex and the City'' quickly became part of the pundit glossary. The show, a smart and frisky comedy, became an instant hit, and not just in New York, though the city became an essential character, an otherworldly backdrop of glamorous hedonism and larger-than-life yearning. This was New York rarefied, the glittering city of after-hours parties, where models and Wall Streeters mingle with the almost-beautiful and the not-quite-rich, and a crucial component of social I. After Sept.

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