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I'm no hand-holder." Vacillating between bitchy tell-all and wicked know-it-all, Dickinson doesn't say much about the dating scene that hasn't been covered in a thousand different places: "Good sex is great and great sex is phenomenal, but a married man is a dealbreaker.
And a heartbreaker." Funny guy Jon Lovitz's odd foreword establishes the self-obsessed pitch that carries, with little variation, through Dickinson's occasionally amusing chapters on meeting men ("The Pickup"), keeping men ("A Date's Great, but a Relationship Rocks"), juggling men ("Take Two - They're Cheap") and leaving men ("Extricate Now! If you like a good dish, that's precisely what you will get: a standard Hollywood confessional with a strident voice, a self-serving agenda and 16 pages of color photos.
She helped to push the industry standards to vary it criteria on beauty.
Today, Janice boldly claims to be the world’s first supermodel. This gave her a certain exotic look and blessed her with a bankable beauty. Janice launched her career in the 1970s when the scene was dominated the All-American, blond hair and blue eyes look championed by Cheryl Tiegs and Christie Brinkley. However, her dark features didn’t fit the bill of the courant trends as Eileen Ford had indicated.
Though she was not in reality the first of the supermodels, she is one of the most memorable. When Janice went to Ford Models, which incidentally represented Brinkley, Eileen Ford told her that she would never work because she was too “ethnic”. The models agent, Jacques Silverstein, stepped into the picture thanks to a word from his then girlfriend Lorraine Bracco (future star of The Sopranos) who was also a friend of Janice.