A few years ago we posted what has to be the least sexy album ever made (here). On the inner sleeve of that record was an advertisement for this one, and we speculated about how awesome it must be. Finally we’ve found a copy.
Helen Gurley Brown may have become famous as the author of Sex and the Single Girl, but she was happily married for more than a half a century. For a lot of those years she was the editor of Cosmopolitan.
Lessons in Love is split by its sides. One for the men:
“How to Have an Affair — And Live Happily Ever After!”
“How to Behave at Home — If you’re Misbehaving Away from Home”
“Getting the Most from Your Secretary”
“Little Man You’ll Have a Busy Day
How to Say No to a Girl”
“How to Love Your Wife and Nobody Else”
And one for the ladies:
“How to Love a Man if You Aren’t Pretty”
“How to Say No to a Man”
“Unfaithful Wives’ Tales”
“How to Love a Boss”
“How to Talk to a Man in Bed”
“How to Love Your Husband and Nobody Else”