Helen Gurley Brown, long-time editor of Cosmopolitan and a leader in the women’s sexual liberation movement, died today after a brief stay at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia hospital. She was 90.

The author of "Six and Single Girl" took over Cosmo in 1965 and remained in command until 1997. At her death, she was listed as editor-in-chief Cosmo’s international editions.

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