Helen Gurley Brown-pioneering Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief-dies at 90

CNN-citing information from the Hearst Corporation-reports that Helen Gurley Brown the pionnering editor of Cosmopolitan magazine died Monday morning (August 13, New York time) at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia after a brief hospitalization.

CNN-citing information from the Hearst Corporation-reports that Helen Gurley Brown the pionnering editor of Cosmopolitan magazine died Monday morning (August 13, New York time)  at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia after a brief hospitalization. The report credited Brown for popularizing the idea of a modern woman-one who could have both a successful career and an exciting, satisfying sex life-through her book Sex and the Single Girl, as well as her 32-year stint as Cosmopolitan’s editor-in-chief (1965 to 1997). She was married to David Brown in 1956. He passed away in 2010.

 

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