Helen gurley brown

R.I.P. Helen Gurley Brown

R.I.P. Helen Gurley Brown

Dont give Hugh Hefner all the credit. Helen Gurley Brown changed sex in America too.

Dont give Hugh Hefner all the credit. Helen Gurley Brown changed sex in America too.

Don't give Hugh Hefner all the credit. Helen Gurley Brown changed sex in America too. - Vox

Don't give Hugh Hefner all the credit. Helen Gurley Brown changed sex in America too.

Don't give Hugh Hefner all the credit. Helen Gurley Brown changed sex in America too. - Vox

Helen Gurley Brown (February 18, 1922 – August 13, 2012) was an American author, publisher, and businesswoman. She was editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan

Helen Gurley Brown Brown was the Editor in Chief for Cosmopolitan Magazine for 32 years. She was also the author of the popular book "Sex and the Single Girl". Brown died in the hospital of undisclosed causes.

Helen Gurley Brown, 1922–2012  In a tempestuous era, her Cosmopolitan magazine offered a blueprint for modern, independent womanhood By Melissa Hantman Salon was saddened to learn that Helen Gurley Brown died earlier today. In memoriam, we've republished Melissa Hantman's "Brilliant Careers" profile of the former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief from September 2000. www.salon.com

Helen Gurley Brown, 1922–2012

Eleanor Roosevelt, Eva Braun and Helen Gurley Brown's Food Habits | Extra Crispy

Eleanor Roosevelt, Eva Braun, and Helen Gurley Brown: What They Ate and What It Means

Eleanor Roosevelt, Eva Braun and Helen Gurley Brown's Food Habits | Extra Crispy

Helen Gurley Brown  helped reshape the image of American women during her 32 years as editor-in-chief of Cosomopolitian magazine, died Monday.  Brown died at the McKeen Pavilion at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia after a brief hospitalization. She was 90.

Helen Gurley Brown, Cosmo Editor, Dies

Helen Gurley Brown, founding editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. If only I can be that awesome

Cosmo legend Helen Gurley Brown has done more for REAL women than any bra-burning zealot

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