Talk:Ladies' Home Journal
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BetacommandBot 05:16, 16 September 2007 (UTC)
Can you explain this?
I'm removing the following section. Hopefully if you know what this is about you can expand this so that it actually explains what was the significance of this event.
- An article in the late 1970s featured Elizabeth Taylor, who was shown in a large picture on the cover, wearing a red gingham dress--no hint of her figure, just her face, hair and shoulders, and one arm raised with a hand in her hair.