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"I'm nothing but your punching bag and slave" / Elnora, Indiana -- "Get the f--- out of the middle of the f---ing road, you f---ing stupid c---!" / Cynthia, Indiana -- "I'd kill him!" / Anita, Indiana -- "She's . . . uh, having boy problems right now." / Bonnie, Illinois -- "I've showed it to a lot of people, but nobody can tell me what it is." / Ina, Illinois -- "I'm reporting you to the queen committee!" / Jennette, Arkansas; Blytheville, Arkansas; Pocahontas, Missouri -- "He will actually put his head down so Molly and Sally can pee on his face." / Marianna, Arkansas; Eudora, Arkansas -- "I'm gonna run for mayor!" / Tallulah, Louisiana; Pearl, Mississippi; Verona, Mississippi -- "Opportunity is a beautiful woman. You have to grab her." / Florence, Alabama; Bonnieville, Kentucky -- "Just cuz you have boobs doesn't mean you're not strong!" / Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Marrysville, Ohio; Elyria, Ohio; Seneca Falls, New York -- "Go try this on." / Angelica, New York -- "Let's do it!" / Eden, Vermont.
When E. Jean Carroll--possibly the liveliest woman in the world and author of the "Ask E. Jean" advice column in Elle Magazine, realized that her eight million readers and question-writers all seemed to have one thing in common--problems caused by men--she hit the road. Crisscrossing the country with her blue-haired poodle, Lewis Carroll, E. Jean stopped in every town named after a woman between Eden, Vermont and Tallulah, Louisiana to ask women the crucial question: What Do We Need Men For? E. Jean gave her rollicking road trip a sly, stylish turn when she deepened the story, creating a list called "The Most Hideous Men of My Life," and began to reflect on her own sometimes very dark history with the opposite sex. What advice would she have given to her past selves--as Miss Cheerleader USA and Miss Indiana University? Or as the fearless journalist, television host, and eventual advice columnist she became? E. Jean intertwines the stories of the fascinating people she meets on her road trip with her "horrible history with the male sex" (including mafia bosses, media titans, boyfriends, husbands, a serial killer, and a president), creating a decidedly dark yet hopeful, hilarious, and thrilling narrative. Her answer to the question What Do We Need Men For? will shock men and delight women.
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Print version: Carroll, E. Jean. What do we need men for? First edition. New York : St. Martin's Press, 2019 9781250215437 (DLC) 2019005307 (OCoLC)1049774328
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1250215447 (electronic bk.)
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