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Instead, she described it as a "fight" because then she would not be considered as the "victim".Reflecting, she criticized her own thinking at the time that "I thought I won because I got out" as "stupid".Carroll appeared on the mid-1980s edition of Card Sharks hosted by Bob Eubanks. Jean" column has appeared in Elle magazine since 1993.
For an April 1992 issue of Esquire, she chronicled the lives of basketball groupies in a story called "Love in the Time of Magic".
Bill Tonelli, her Esquire and Rolling Stone editor, has commented: "All of E. Which is: ‘What is this person like when he or she is in a room with E. ' She's institutionally incapable of being uninteresting." For Playboy (February 1988) at the height of the "Sensitive Man" era, E.
Jean told her editors that "modern women run around complaining that they want a primitive man, so I thought it would be fun to come to New Guinea and find a real one." Carroll hiked into the Star Mountains with an Atbalmin tracker and a Telefomin warrior.
Elizabeth Jean Carroll (born December 12, 1943) is an American journalist and advice columnist. Jean" column has appeared in Elle magazine since 1993, and was ranked one of the five best magazine columns (along with Anthony Lane of The New Yorker and Lewis Lapham of Harper's Magazine) by the Chicago Tribune in 2003.
Carroll was born in Detroit, Michigan, and nicknamed "Betty Jean" from an early age. "Tom" Carroll, Jr., was an inventor, and her mother, Betty (Mc Kinney) Carroll, was a retired Allen County, Indiana politician.