If you've been on Facebook for about two seconds, you've likely seen an online quiz to figure out which Sex and the City character you are. (I'm a Miranda, by the way, and proud of it.) It turns out that Sarah Jessica Parker wasn't immune either, but her result surprised her.
In an interview with BuzzFeed, Parker said that she took a quiz after her son took it, and she didn't get Carrie. But if she had to pick, she'd choose her own character as most like her. "I think in many ways I'm like Carrie because I would much prefer to be interviewing you, for instance," she told the reporters. "I'm very curious about other people, and that's why I like the subway. Because I can just watch people."
Parker shares something else with her iconic character: a complex relationship with what it means to be a woman in the world. When asked if she identifies as a feminist, she echoed Meryl Streep's recent comments. "I always kind of thought of myself as a humanist, rather than a feminist," she said. "I feel like I was born a feminist and I acquired a larger understanding of other people who are being marginalized and who I feel I have an opportunity to give voice to, along with many other people in the world."