Hollywood - (Assinine Press): A teenage boys' protest group is callng for the cancellation of the much-hyped Sex and the City movie on the grounds that it won't be any different from the TV show "which is sexist, demeaning, demoralising and an insult to their intelligence."
The lads are angry that the popular series mislead its audiences into believing New York women always kept their bras on when making love.
Aged twelve to sixteen, these connoisseurs of the erotic TV genre say that is just sexist dumbing down and infringes their human rights to decent entertainment.
"The first thing that comes off is the bra. Then it stays off all night. And it's still off in the morning when they wake up. So are the panties. Everybody knows that."
The TV show's producers have previously commented that some of the older actresses - well, all of them actually - felt more comfortable not going topless, never mind bottomless in the hit series.
"But the lads have a point. We're working on it."
Sarah Jessica Parker is 45.