Biography: Helen Gurley Brown This program tells the story of Helen Gurley Brown, publisher of Cosmopolitan magazine. The product of an impoverished childhood in Arkansas, Brown turned to the glamorous life of New York. She made the celebration of feminine sexuality a reality for herself and thousands of other women. The free-wheeling sexual style and tone of her magazine were foreshadowed in her ground-breaking book, Sex and the Single Girl. Friends and colleagues, including Gloria Steinem, Judith Krantz, and Burt Reynolds, talk about the influence Brown had on the women's movement and sexual revolution of the '60s and '70s. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
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