It's funny how the immoral, no-values-having, mostly white, social liberal community is pitching a hissyfit about "Millionaire Matchmaker" host Patti Stanger speaking the truth about how gay people are rarely in monogamous relationships. Stringer, who is well-known for her bluntness and has been a professional matchmaker for years, spoke the truth when she recently talked about trying to "curb" gay people into monogamy. And yet, despite the fact that Stanger has featured many gay people on her show, now liberals are crying afoul and demanding that Bravo cancel her show:
"Millionaire Matchmaker" host Patti Stanger has built a career on giving people dating guidance, but Sunday night on 'Watch What Happens Live,' her advice veered into offensive territory. Taking calls from viewers, Stanger repeatedly packaged gay and Jewish stereotypes as insight in a segment that offended viewers and made host Andy Cohen visibly uncomfortable.As I've said before, people who identify themselves first by who they sleep with are usually sex addicts or nymphomaniacs who are incapable of being in serious, monogamous, longterm relationships. The gay male community is especially well-known for promiscuity, high-STD rates and in general, disgust with the idea of having sex with just one person for a long time. It is my guess that most gay couples (like noted "gay activist" and liberal scum Dan Savage) are in "open relationships" and it's rare that you'll find a gay couple, male or female, that has been in a monogamous relationship for more than say 5 years. Yet, in all their debauchery, the gay community just doesn't like to deal with facts, even when it comes from a woman who has always embraced them like Patti Stanger has.
Things started to get uncomfortable when a gay man called in asking a question about maintaining an open long-term relationship. Stanger said, "In the gay world, it will always be open," and continued, "I've tried to curb you people." She then referenced a gay sex site.
Andy Cohen recoiled in shock. "I'm down for the monogamy," he said, pushing back on her comments. She immediately burst out laughing. "When was the last time you had a boyfriend?" she asked, incredulously.
Another caller hit on similar themes, and got a similar response from Stanger. He called in saying that he was looking for a committed relationship in L.A., but was having trouble finding people with the same priorities. "You're very handsome," she said, "I thought you were straight." She then clarified that he wasn't "queeny," as Cohen made a funny face that expressed his discomfort.
Stanger doled out more simplistic advice on other groups. When a caller said a lot of the men she'd been dating recently were telling her only what she wanted to hear, Stanger, who is Jewish, immediately asked, "Are they Jewish?" before proclaiming that "they lie." The caller then clarified that the guys she'd been dating weren't Jewish.
"So I'm a non-monogamous liar," Cohen responded, half in jest.
As Stanger made her comments, viewers flooded social media platforms to voice their displeasure with her stereotyping, rallying around the hashtag #CancelStanger. For her part, Stanger seems oblivious that some found her comments offensive, tweeting, "Love that I was trending last night between Packers & Sisterwives!" Andy Cohen has yet to publicly comment on the segment.