(London Daily Mail) When Helen Gurley Brown published her book Sex And The Single Girl in 1962, it sold two million copies in the first three weeks and shot straight to the top of the bestseller lists.
A frank and often funny account of what it felt like to be a career girl at the dawning of the sexual revolution, it became a manual for the Mad Men generation of females: educated, ambitious, sexually adventurous - and keen to shake off the shackles of marriage and domestic drudgery in favour of cocktails at seven and bed with the boss.
"What Women Really Want" (Autographed) is a call to women across this great land to wake up and take a stand against the cultural forces that are fighting tooth-and-nail to destroy their spirit and their families. Time is short and the call is urgent. Discover your hidden passion and find out what women really want.
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The central premise of the book was that women should own their sexuality and use it to their advantage rather than sit patiently waiting like good little wallflowers for a man to pick them.