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Sarah Jessica Parker Admits How 'Tone Deaf' 'Sex And The City' Was When It Came To Diversity

By Mike Walsh

Most '90s kids who grew up on certain media often look at the world through rose-colored glasses. What they don't realize is that a lot of shows that were at their prime in the '90s and even the early 2000s, like Sex And The City, were, well, kind of chock-full of racism.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sarah Jessica Parker called out the series and its lack of diversity.

Parker talked about the four white lead characters:

You couldn't make it today because of the lack of diversity on screen. I personally think it would feel bizarre.