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  • Woke Charlotte updates Sex and the City for a PC era
  • Woke Charlotte updates Sex and the City for a PC era
    Sex and the City 2 (2010) ©
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Woke Charlotte updates Sex and the City for a PC era

While Sex and The City may have seemed revolutionary for its time, dated references – sexist or racist jibes – mean the show has not aged particularly well. But fans aren’t willing to give up on it, and have created a revisionist 'Woke Charlotte' meme to acknowledge these issues with humour.

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