Bad Girls Go Everywhere The Life of Helen Gurley Brown, the Woman Behind Cosmopolitan Magazine
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Description: "Scanlon's shrewed biography reveals a woman of contraditions...a strategically racy cultural pioneer." -"O, The Oprah Magazine" As the author of the revolutionary "Sex and the Single Girl" and the longtime editor-in-chief of "Cosmopolitan" magazine, Helen Gurley Brown changed how women thought about sex, money, and their bodies in a way that resonates in our culture today. In Jennifer Scanlon's widely acclaimed biography, the award-winning scholar related Brown's escape from her humble beginnings in the Ozarks to her eyebrow- raising exploits as a young woman in New York, and her late-blooming career as the world's first "lipstick feminist." A mesmerizing look at an often overlooked figure, "Bad Girls Go Everywhere" will appeal to everyone from "Sex and the City" aficionados to students of women's studies.
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Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 8/31/2010
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Growing Up Gurley, and a Girl|
|Work Life, Romantic Entanglements|
|Sex and the Single Girl|
|Sensationalist Literature and Expert Advice: Selling Sex and the Single Girl|
|Sexy From the Start: The Early Years of Second-Wave Feminism|
|Packaging a Message-and a Messenger|
|Normal Like Me: The Single Girl on Television|
|Good Girls go to Heaven-Bad Girls go Everywhere: Helen Gurley Brown's Cosmopolitan|
|Sexual Liberation on Whose Terms?: Defining the Second Wave|
|Aging, Resisting, Redefining|
|An Editor Steps Down, Reluctantly|