Helen Gurley Brown, longtime editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine, and the author of the 1962 best seller "Sex and the Single Girl", died Monday.  She told the world that unmarried women had sex, and more importantly, enjoyed it. She was seen as a force who both liberated women, and boxed them in. We see her sexually liberated women in modern day pop culture, in such television shows as  "Mad Men" and "Sex and the City". Callie Crosley discusses the enormous impact Helen Gurley Brown had on American culture with our pop culture analysts.