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Sex and the Single Girl is a non-fiction book by American writer Helen Gurley Brown , written as an advice book that encouraged women to become financially independent and experience sexual relationships before or without marriage. The book sold two million copies in three weeks,  was sold in 35 countries  and has made the Los Angeles Times , The New York Times and Time bestseller lists. In Brown's husband, David Brown , suggested she write a book that discusses "how a single girl goes about having an affair". Geis of Bernard Geis Associates.
She asked them about their perspectives on hooking up, using porn and seeking consent, and heard stories of men both experiencing and perpetrating assault. Orenstein spoke to TIME about her discoveries and how parents, schools and young people themselves can foster a safer and more fulfilling culture around sex. Orenstein: What I ended up feeling when I was talking to girls was that they were systematically disconnected from their bodies, and with boys it was that they were systematically disconnected from their hearts. That was completely blown out of the water.