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Helen gurley brown

Explore the fascinating life and lasting impact of Helen Gurley Brown, a trailblazing feminist and the iconic editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine. Learn how she transformed the world of publishing and empowered women to embrace their sexuality and independence.
Photo Chat, Cat Photo, Crazy Cat Lady, Crazy Cats, Cool Cats, Men With Cats, Son Chat, Great Cat, Retro Cats

Recency bias is a thing. Here I was, unassumingly thinking that cats became a popular photography subject just recently, and came along with the dawn of the internet. But boy was I wrong. Turns out, they were a photographer-favorite ever since the camera was invented. But, just as much as it is nowadays, the ever-constant never-ending deluge of cat photos doesn't give us enough time to appreciate them, and they're in danger of being forever gone from our collective memory. But some people…

Laurylie Norman
Single Girl, Single Women, Helen Gurley Brown, Nylons, Second Wave Feminism, Stuck In My Head, Good Posture, Thrift Shopping, Sex And The City

Somewhere back in the day Helen Gurley Brown said that after a certain age the only thing a woman could rely on to improve her appearance was good posture and expensive jewelry. At least that is my recollection, though I no longer recall the exact source or context. The gender specificity, the whiff of doom in the goal, the daft simplicity, the conciseness, the candor, and the plausibility caused it to stick in my head (although my most recent earrings were bought for three dollars from a…

Lady, Fashion, Celebrities, Helen Gurley Brown, Amazing Women, Inspiring Women, Ed Hardy, Women, Vivi

A new year is almost here. As we flip the calendar, we'll move on, but these are some of the inspiring women we won't forget. Sarah Burke (September 3, 1982-January 19, 2012): A Canadian professional skier and the pioneer of the superpipe event, who died in an accident while training for the 2014 Winter Olympics. Etta James (January 25, 1938-January 20, 2012): One of the greatest blues singers of all time, she crooned the timeless ballads "At Last" and "Sunday Kind of Love." Whitney Houston…