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Sarah Jessica Parker spoke at Marie Claire's Women Taking the Lead lunch, where the ladies like Tory Burch and Katie Couric lunch to celebrate the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (the whole equal pay for men and women in the same job with the same employer thing). Even though SJP demurred when asked advice for the workplace as a working mother (because, to her, being an actress isn't the same thing), she did say, "I encourage people to try to feel good about where they end up. Don't say yes when what you really mean is no." [WSJ]