Sarah Jessica Parker clearly explains to Cosmopolitan the prime reason why she does not consider herself a feminist. The “Sex And The City” star, who appears on the cover of magazine’s August issue, says she see herself as a humanist, E! News reported.
"I see a lot of people trying to sort out their roles," Parker tells the magazine. "People of color, gays, lesbians and transgenders who are carving out this space. I'm not spitting in the face or being lazy about what still needs to be done -- but I don't think it's just women anymore. We would be so enormously powerful if it were a humanist movement."
Although she acknowledges issues that concern women, she clarifies that all other issues -- whether political, social, medical, etc. -- concern all of humanity, too. "The thing that would change people's lives maybe more than anything, assuming that we maintain access to healthcare, is childcare. If I could guarantee every mother who is working two, three jobs that she had good childcare that didn't make her anxious all day -- people would probably work in more efficient ways," Parker told Cosmopolitan.
The 50-year-old actress also addressed rumors about a third "Sex And The City" movie. Entertainment Weekly recently reported about the actress’ Instagram post, which stirred a lot of fans, all hoping for a third installment. To that she replied, "Oh my god. When I posted that picture and people were in a rage at me, I was shocked. They were convinced I had been taunting them. I'm not that clever! And to what end would I relish dangling this idea and then saying there's no movie? I'm still finding people and being like, 'No @BoobityBopBeep! Why would I hurt you?' I've never been a mean girl.”
Parker has been married to actor Matthew Broderick since 1997. They have three children together -- James Wilkie, 12; and twin girls Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge, 6.