Helen Gurley Brown, who died on Monday in New York at the age of 90, was the legendary Cosmopolitan magazine editor who (almost) single-handedly kick-started the 1960s sexual revolution in the US. She believed that single women really could have it all, brought ideas of female empowerment to a mass audience, and encouraged women to have fun in bed - regardless of their marital status. Makes Carrie Bradshaw look pretty lame, eh? From sex to beauty to marriage, we've tracked down her best - or a least most controversial - pieces of life advice. Read on and learn...
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