Sarah Jessica Parker SLAMS Misogynistic Criticism About Her Gray Hair

Sarah Jessica Parker SLAMS Misogynistic Criticism About Her Gray Hair

Sarah Jessica Parker SLAMS misogynistic criticism about her gray hair!

Over the summer Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted out having lunch with her friend Andy Cohen, and people could stop judging her for how gray her hair is. Continue on to see how Sarah Jessica Parker responds to criticism… reports in the month of July, actress Sarah Jessica Parker had various criticisms, since images of her having lunch with some friends went viral.

In the photo, you could see several gray streaks in Sarah Jessica Parker’s hair and fans couldn’t handle the new look.

Now let’s break it down. Fans of SATC are in love with Carrie Bradshaw, she is young, vibrant, and electrifyingly vivacious, but that was 11 years ago. She has aged just like everyone does, and Sarah chose not to dye her hair, she is showing her beautiful self with gray hair. You have to love that and for fans, you have to let go of her old look and embrace her now.

Parker will return to the TV screens to participate in the series And just like that, after 11 years.

The famous actress who plays Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City gave an interview for the December issue of Vogue magazine and spoke about it.

Jessica Parker, 56, responded to the criticism saying:

There are so many misogynistic comments about us that would never be made about a man, ever. Gray, gray, gray. How come you have gray hair?

She emphasized:

It almost gives the feeling that people don’t want us to be perfectly happy with the moment we are in, as if they almost enjoy being hurt by who we are today, whether we choose to age naturally and not have a look perfect. I know how I am. I have no choice. What am I going to do about it? Stop aging? Vanish?

The famous series And just like that will premiere on December 9 through HBO Max.

Friends Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte York-Goldenblatt (Kristin Davis), and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) return to television after 11 years.