Oulette wrote that Helen Gurley Brown transformed the American woman’s dream in the 1960's. Brown wrote Sex and the Single Girl and re-launched Cosmopolitan. Brown suggested that women use their sexuality to marry-up, creating many unrealistic expectations and a conflicted hegemony in magazine media.
Baudrillard goes on by saying America lives under the idyllic conviction that it is the centre of the world and possesses the supreme power. The utopia model is founded on justice, wealth and freedom, values that America has turned into reality. This ideal world is created out of nothing, and cinema helped producing this picture. Us Europeans are nostalgic dreamers and Americans are pragmatic doers. Again and again, Baudrillard talks about America as the ultimate and original version of modernity, something Europe, he says, will never be able to domesticate.