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She is being honoured not only because of her groundbreaking performance as sexually independent PR agent, but also because of her "informed activism on important social issues associated with gender, sexuality, and identity."
There's no evidence that Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte or Mr. Big will be getting an honorariums in the near future
The other recipients are Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, the president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs and Indigenous advocate, as well as sociolinguist Peter Trudgill, who has been a professor around the world.
A previous version of this article stated the name of the TV series as Sex in the City. The article has been updated with the correct name. The Ubyssey sincerely regrets this grave mistake