What Do We Need Men For?
Advice columnist E. Jean Carroll, author of What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal, took part in a panel discussion in which she discussed her experiences of sexual assaults throughout her life, including an alleged assault by President Donald Trump in the mid-1990s. She spoke with two Slate magazine journalists, Dahlia Lithwick and Virginia Hefferman, who in June 2019 interviewed the author on Ms. Hefferman’s podcast, “Trumpcast.” close
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