Helen Gurley Brown
Maybe there was a party at the Sydney Morning Herald last night and after seven schooners the leader writer remembered they hadn’t filed and had to pull something out of their arse.
Only that could explain the paper’s editorial this morning. Although the SMH website editors obviously think it’s a cracker, and have put it right up the top of its site, it is an unusual spot for an editorial.
After reading it three times, here is a summary of the Herald’s editorial position.
- Helen Gurley Brown died this week, so everyone is talking about the woman who was basically the mother of modern women’s magazines and a strain of fun, sexually-liberated feminism.
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