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06/09/2008

Video: '[Insert jokey play on word 'Sex'] and the [Insert jokey play on word 'City']'

by Jeremy Hooper

On film screens this summer, "Sex"y celesbian Cynthia Nixon is helping her somewhat self-absorbed friend Carrie deal with man troubles. But on YouTube screens, she's warning Samantha-loving Charlottes about a truly "Big" problem:

Wise, important words. Though lesbians, for a number of reasons, you might want to use a better method of examination than the one on which the Miranda character has been known to rely:

(slightly NSFW, slight trivialization of the admittedly serious breast cancer problem follows)


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Cynthia Nixon [Susan G. Komen]

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I didn't even know she was gay, My life is now complete.

Posted by: Corvidae | Jun 10, 2008 4:54:41 AM

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