with Andy Cohen on Bravo, Stanger made sweeping, stereotypical generalizations about gay men looking for love.PHOTOS: Stars who were bullied When a caller named Dustin asked the reality star what she thought about "open relationships," she told him: "In the gay world, there's always going to be open [relationships]. " He answered gay, to which she said: "Ok, well then you're ok. " (Stanger's dating policy across the board calls for monogamous relationships only, but this apparently only applies to heterosexual couples.) PHOTOS: Out and proud celebs "There's no curbing the gay," Stanger snapped.On the talk show’s premiere Sunday, “The Millionaire Matchmaker” answered calls from love-seeking viewers. When a gay male viewer Skyped in to ask about finding a long term relationship, Stanger opened with, “First of all, you're very handsome. looked at the woman he made famous: “I don't know why being straight is a compliment.” “Because he's not queen-y,” she replied.When one caller asked if long-distance, open relationships are possible, Stanger gave an unclear answer before asking if the person was gay. This prompted Stanger to declare that gay men are not capable of monogamy. “I have tried to curb you people.” Host Andy Cohen, who is openly gay, seemed to take offense. She also took the opportunity to state, ”Jewish men lie.” Cohen, who is also Jewish, looked a tad exasperated.Introduction services in the new millennium were no longer only for the dateless and desperate, they were becoming far more acceptable and mainstream.Patti realized that busy, upscale men simply didn't have the time to go looking for a relationship and weren't meeting the kind of women that they dreamed about.Patti Stanger is the star and executive producer of Bravo’s hit docu-series “The Millionaire Matchmaker®.” Currently in it’s eighth season, the show has gained record-breaking viewership and captured a worldwide following for Stanger.
In case there are any ladies out there who are dying for a piece of Stanger advice, she has some words of wisdom for you too.
Here’s what she said in an interview with “New York Live” recently: “[Men] like [smart women] after marriage.
Patti Stanger tried to clarify her anti-gay comments in an appearance on Joy Behar's HLN show that will air Tuesday, but didn't really change her point of view. " she told Behar -- which is similar to the same comment that got her in trouble on Andy Cohen's Stanger then went on. They get involved, and then find out later whether or not they want a serious relationship.
Here's a good match for "Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger: Foot and mouth.
The Bravo reality show dating guru alienated viewers by slammed the dating values of gays, Jews and even smart women who haven't found a mate.