Note, men who have had a lot of sexual partners are not called sluts. They are called very good kissers. A few are even called romantics.
SEASON THREE – EPISODE SIX; “Are We Sluts?”: Ah, a question a lot of women ask themselves… And among these ladies we find OUR ladies. Starting off with Charlotte’s new man, who has the flaw of unconsciously call her a slut during sex, the four friends wonder about romanticism and sex in the new millenium.
Carrie’s new fling Aidan seems to be avoiding her invitations to sleep over, making her question what is wrong with him! After 10 days of dating, they still haven’t move the action into the bedroom, but the reason is different from what Carrie thinks…
Another date, another night without passion. When she seeks for a reason behind his behaviour, Aidan gives her the unexpected: “I’ve slept with women quickly and I’m still single. So my new thing is, I want to try and sleep with somebody I care about.”… So romantic!
Aidan is ready, Carrie is ready: the most romantic night at Blue Moon will end in a new kind of love for Carrie.
Talking about sluts and slut shaming, Samatha has a delicate situation in her hands: the old ladies sharing the condo with her know about her sexual life, and, when the latest man helped (unknowingly) a thief inside, the ladies gang up against her and slut shame her… till she leaves for a better place to live.
The situation gives us a view of her most professional and colourful outfits:
As for Miranda, her problem makes her feel more of a slut than she actually is. She finds out to be positive about clamidia, and she has to tell every men she’s been with. The most shameful thing is she has to make a list of men she’s had sex, resulting in a higher number than the avarage.
At least we can see all her suits and how they’ve become more feminine and elegant.
FASHION BONUS: Charlotte looked extremely classy and romantic in her black dress. The thing I loved the most is the V neck that hugs her cleavage and makes her look very seductive yet classy.