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Reality TV Personality Sparks Outrage With Anti-Jew and Anti-Gay Comments — Oh, and She Bashed Smart Single Women, Too

Sep 26, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A reality television personality made headlines — whether she meant to or not — with an appearance Sunday on a talk show that has outraged some viewers, ABC News reports.

Bravo’s "Millionaire Matchmaker," Patti Stanger, made an outspoken appearance on Bravo’s talk show "Watch What Happens Live," according to the story.

In an exchange with host and Bravo executive Andy Cohen, Stanger implied that gay men are incapable of monogamy, which irked the openly gay Cohen. “There is no curbing the gay man,” Stanger said. She then addressed Cohen and added, “I have tried to curb ‘you people,’” the story reports.

Stanger also said, "Jewish men lie," knowing that Cohen often talks about being a Jew himself.

Stanger also recently had criticism for New York bachelorettes. In an appearance last week on the TV show "New York Live," she said, “Women are smart in business and dumb in love.” Talking about New York’s single ladies, she added: "They won’t date outside their zip code, let alone outside the city. They are city snobs. Real men that are making money in this economy are buying homes in short sales and foreclosures out in the suburbs, getting their homestead set up for their families, and [women say], ‘I won’t go to Connecticut.’ This is where the men are.”

Stanger suggested that women play dumb to get a man. “You’ve got to dumb it down a little because men are not that bright,” she said.

2 Comments

  1. This girl has got to go. It’s people like her that generate hate of all kinds. She should be banned from all comunication devices, i.e. TV, radio and take her internet rights away..
    She should ES & die.

  2. Why? Because the truth hurts? LOL! She is a bit too harsh in her assessments but hits the target right on. It is not her that should go, but the entire “reality” genre which is cheap, over done and producing “stars” that have no talent. There are not true “stars” anymore, certainly not in the likes of a Lucy, Roseanne, Mary Tyler Moore, Dick Van Dyke, Neil Patrick Harris, etc. Just a thought.

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