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Candace Bushnell, 60, wrote a column in the New York Observer that turned into the HBO hit series Sex and the City
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Her sex hulls inspired the legendary Sex and the City franchise, and the author has now revealed that she returned to New York after spending five years in Connecticut, where she took a break from romance after her divorce.

Author and journalist Candace Bushnell, 60, living and praised in New York City, reflected on her career as a sex columnist in the 1980s and the aftermath of divorced and childless in her 1950s and added that she did not eat before 4:00 PM.

Speak to the Sunday Times Magazine, Candace stated that she did not feel like dating after her divorce in 2012 from her ten-year-old husband – ballet dancer Charles Askegard.

Instead, she left New York and moved to Connecticut, where she surrendered to horseback riding, and ravaged men and sex: & # 39; It's not as long as you're as old as me. I know women who have gone longer, & she said.

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Candace Bushnell, 60, wrote a column in the New York Observer that turned into the HBO hit series Sex and the City

Candace Bushnell, 60, wrote a column in the New York Observer that turned into the HBO hit series Sex and the City

Sex and the City debuted in 1996 and swept the nation with its hilarious and honest approach to female pleasure. From left to right: Kristin Davis (Charlotte York), Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Kim Cattrall (Samantha Jones) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbs) star in the comedy series

Sex and the City debuted in 1996 and swept the nation with its hilarious and honest approach to female pleasure. From left to right: Kristin Davis (Charlotte York), Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Kim Cattrall (Samantha Jones) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbs) star in the comedy series

Sex and the City debuted in 1996 and swept the nation with its hilarious and honest approach to female pleasure. From left to right: Kristin Davis (Charlotte York), Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Kim Cattrall (Samantha Jones) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbs) star in the comedy series

& # 39; Did I just miss some pure good sex? Yes of course. Who doesn't want that? But it's all about sex that you don't miss, like finding the person to have sex with, & she said.

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Now back in the dating game, and in love with the new broker friend Jim Coleman, Candace releases a new book entitled Is There Still Sex in the City? early August.

The book is fiction inspired by her life and the aftermath of her own divorce. She delves into what she & # 39; middle-aged sadness & # 39; and the difficulties of bouncing back in your fifties.

Candace claimed that it is harder to recover from bad news in your fifties than in your twenties or thirties. And she added that in the eyes of many people, women, especially those over 50 – were often blamed for the setbacks they had to overcome.

Candace Bushnell with Sarah-Jessica Parker and Chris Noth (Mr Big) during a party in the nineties

Candace Bushnell with Sarah-Jessica Parker and Chris Noth (Mr Big) during a party in the nineties

Candace Bushnell with Sarah-Jessica Parker and Chris Noth (Mr Big) during a party in the nineties

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However, she added that finding relief had found relief, which helped her get rid of shame.

She admitted that she regularly had Botox, that she had done fillers, and once considered going through a Mona Lisa procedure – vaginal rejuvenation laser surgery, priced at £ 3,000.

In the book, she states that she does not eat before 4 pm, not out of discipline, but because she is simply not hungry. She likes to eat early and eat while cooking.

The socialite, who first came to New York in the 1980s, when Studio 50 was anger, thinks that modern dating has made women angry and frustrated.

Bushnell gave up men for five years after her divorce from her ten-year-old Charles Askegard

Bushnell gave up men for five years after her divorce from her ten-year-old Charles Askegard

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Bushnell gave up men for five years after her divorce from her ten-year-old Charles Askegard

In addition to the six seasons of the HBO series, Sex and the City also produced two films. Pictured: Carrie and her friends go to her wedding ceremony in Sex and the City 1

In addition to the six seasons of the HBO series, Sex and the City also produced two films. Pictured: Carrie and her friends go to her wedding ceremony in Sex and the City 1

In addition to the six seasons of the HBO series, Sex and the City also produced two films. Pictured: Carrie and her friends go to her wedding ceremony in Sex and the City 1

& # 39; Women have the same complaints about men as before, except that their complaints are now much more severe. They seem more angry. The rejection and uncertainty of online communication, it hurts people's souls, ”she added.

She also said she felt that people were more interesting and sexual in the 1980s, and added that men were more focused on female pleasure at the time.

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The writer admitted that she finds New York boring and consensual, and & # 39; a thousand times less fun & # 39; then … in the past.

Sarah Jessica Parker (photo) as sex columnist Carrie, the heroin of the Sex and the City series

Sarah Jessica Parker (photo) as sex columnist Carrie, the heroin of the Sex and the City series

Sarah Jessica Parker (photo) as sex columnist Carrie, the heroin of the Sex and the City series

In Sex and the City, four women talked freely about their sex lives, their disappointments and fantasies

In Sex and the City, four women talked freely about their sex lives, their disappointments and fantasies

In Sex and the City, four women talked freely about their sex lives, their disappointments and fantasies

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However, she added that several editors had offered to help with her career in exchange for sexual favors, something she said was common at the time.

While she also revealed that the characters in her upcoming book had been sexually harassed at some point in their lives, but would have simply dealt with it and the men had said & # 39; to fuck themselves & # 39 ;.

Speaking of age and dating, she also said she felt the sex dynamics and sexual attraction evolve as you grew older, with the competition taking a step backwards to & # 39; kind & # 39; to be.

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