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Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger Worried All Gay Men are Whores


Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger is welcoming her first gay millionaire soon, but she's worried that it's impossible to keep two gay men from sleeping together on the first date.

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  1. Sounds like she's trying to apply hetero dynamics to a homo reality.

    Posted by: MikeMick | May 1, 2009 12:02:40 PM

  2. the gays... really sugartits?

    Posted by: Matt | May 1, 2009 12:06:42 PM

  3. I'm really looking forward to their recession-era show "Welfare Matchmaker."

    Posted by: crispy | May 1, 2009 12:11:32 PM

  4. Solution: Stop watching this stupid, stupid show.

    Posted by: Robert | May 1, 2009 12:13:48 PM

  5. That's pretty hilarious...

    Posted by: Jay | May 1, 2009 12:15:02 PM

  6. I've always thought she was a stupid, opportunistic whore, and that clip does nothing to change my mind. I hate that show, and I think she looks like Creepella Gruesome from "The Flintstones".

    Posted by: troschne | May 1, 2009 12:17:12 PM

  7. In related news, Russel Simmons open letter to Gov Paterson

    Dear Governor Paterson,

    I write this letter to you, my friend, to publicly announce my gratitude for your courage and leadership on issues that will ultimately make this state, nation and the world a better place. I have known you for a very long time and have always admired your passion for doing what is right, which is often times not the most popular. This is what makes you a great leader, especially for our under-served communities that you have advocated on behalf of for decades. We were all inspired by your dedication to reforming the drug laws of our state and recognize the accomplishment your administration achieved by ending the Rockefeller Drug Laws after thirty-six years. So, we know when you believe in something, what you can do.

    However, as your friend and supporter, we know you can do much more, if you forget about what the poll numbers say and let your heart lead. You have recently done this in showing support for the legalization of gay marriage. History will show you are right and will we support you on this issue. Mr. Governor, we want to go to work for you and we will, but we will not be easy on you, because we know your potential. When you were unexpectedly put into the role of Chief Executive of New York State, you were handed a plate full of problems. Although your first year was a bumpy ride, we are beginning to see your great leadership and vision shine through and take over. I encourage you to keep leading with your heart, and address issues like the promotion of good diet, well-being and education for youth, as well creating new jobs (hopefully green jobs) for our workers and making sure that every person in our state can afford healthcare. As the first African-American Governor of New York, you have already made history. We now want to help you create a legacy.

    Russell Simmons

    Posted by: D.C. | May 1, 2009 12:20:52 PM

  8. And as funny as Troschne's comparison is, can we please avoid sexist language?

    Posted by: D.C. | May 1, 2009 12:21:59 PM

  9. @ D.C.

    In what way is this letter related to this irrelevant blog posting?

    Posted by: Sean | May 1, 2009 12:24:06 PM

  10. Dear Ms Stanger:

    I'm not a whore if I give it away. I'm just popular.


    Posted by: David D. | May 1, 2009 12:25:56 PM

  11. um, she's right.

    i dont think she has to worry about her geighs sleeping together, unless of course he's cute.

    Posted by: jash | May 1, 2009 12:26:59 PM

  12. I agree with her thinking that 2 guys will have issues waiting to have sex. That only happens with tragically ugly guys, and guys with small penises.

    Posted by: Kris | May 1, 2009 12:28:17 PM

  13. steriotypes

    How would she feel if someone popped off about some false female Jew steriotype?

    I am always floored by those who have most likely suffered from false steriotypes in their past having no problem spouting steriotype BS about gays.

    Posted by: jimmyboyo | May 1, 2009 12:29:30 PM

  14. Alot of gay men may not be whores (unless they are selling their bodies on Christopher Street 3 blocks down from the stonewall/duplex building on 7th ave south) But there are a good handful of gay SLUTS & TRAMPS out there.If there werent there would be no need for manhunt adam4adam or any of those hook-up hotlines.And craigslist wouldnt be used for such trifle garbage.

    DONT GET ALL PISSY ITS THE TRUTH.Sorry if it its a nerve.NOT!!!

    Posted by: Sean | May 1, 2009 12:31:48 PM

  15. I kinda used the "related" word in a tungue in cheek kind of manner. I'm just tired of reading about these shmuck "celebrities" who are either against gay marriage or semi-homophobes. So I decided to post a well written letter supporting marriage equality by an actual influential human being.

    Posted by: D.C. | May 1, 2009 12:33:41 PM

  16. "In what way is this letter related to this irrelevant blog posting?"

    Because it needed to be posted somewhere, SEAN. If Simmons had written a letter against gay marriage rights--it may have made the news...especially, the gay news.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | May 1, 2009 12:34:49 PM

  17. I don't think gays are much more whorish than straights. We're just sometimes more adventurous because we're not saddled with the socio-cultural expectations that the heteros have to deal with.

    Posted by: The Milkman | May 1, 2009 12:37:43 PM

  18. She's a disgusting troll with anti-gay views that she probably would deny even to herself. Sometimes people betray their true feelings if you put them on camera and egg them on to blab all the time.

    Here is a lovely quote from her from an episode I caught. I wrote my pal KennethInThe212 about it when he was battling another reality-show battle-axe:

    "You don't want a bisexual woman as the mother of your children. They can cheat on you with another woman and leave you."

    Because straight women never cheat on you with another man and leave you, right?

    Sean: It's not the truth to assume this is what all gay men are like. There are plenty of straight hook-up sites, red-light districts, massage parlors, stories of infidelity and deception, yet she isn't saying, "I hope my straight clients don't hook up on the first date." Sometimes, even if a true condition exists, focusing on that condition over many others is the very definition of bias.

    Posted by: Matthew Rettenmund | May 1, 2009 12:39:45 PM

  19. Can I date him?

    Posted by: AJ | May 1, 2009 12:42:30 PM

  20. And her opinion is important because?

    Posted by: Inlookout | May 1, 2009 12:47:57 PM

  21. Probably gonna be majority LCR's....and like str8 men don't pretend to listen to women,jst so they can touch thier boobs,grope them and fuck thier vaginas and men are dogs too.

    Posted by: Disgusted American | May 1, 2009 12:51:47 PM

  22. Matthew, I haven't watched very much of the show, but she says it's a rule of hers that her clients can't sleep with someone on the first date. Is she saying anything that is really that far-fetched? I think everyone is being a little defensive and is refusing to see any of the truth in her point-of-view (and there is some, sorry).

    Posted by: Jeff | May 1, 2009 12:53:21 PM

  23. I'm not sure what the point of this post is. Are we supposed to be outraged that she thinks we are whores? Or outraged that she wants to impose her sex-negative heteronormative ideals on the gay community?

    Andy, these days I'm concerned that you are becoming very heteronormative.

    Posted by: Eric | May 1, 2009 12:54:19 PM

  24. D.C. Thanks for much for posting that letter. In all the heartbreaking news that is reported daily, it was absolutely amazing to read a well written and profound letter praising our leaders for pouring their hearts and souls into their work in order to make the world a better place. It is rare that a politician truly stands up for what is right, and I believe Gov. Patterson deserves more praise from the gay community, and the world as a whole. As I read comments on the internet, many of us are quick to demand more action. While the intentions are noble, it is easy to overlook the fact that supporting gay marriage is [sadly] still considered political suicide given today's socio-political views on homosexuality. Gov. Patterson took a stand in a time when the winds are changing, but still very brutal. I believe many of us can learn a lesson from Gov. Patterson's example, and instead of criticizing we should begin acting. It is easy to post comments and criticize others, it is much harder in helping to "create a legacy."

    Posted by: CJ | May 1, 2009 12:56:20 PM

  25. As for ms Stanger, I have watched her show two or three times. While it was mildly entertaining, having an "inside" look at "millionaires" living in Los Angeles was enough for me to be thankful I'm not living in Los Angeles. Most of the [clowns] men that Patti features are nouveau riche who either stumbled into their "fortunes" or inherited it from their nouveau riche parents. From my experience, Individuals who are truly financially wealthy do not flaunt it or act superior. Most worked hard to get where they are in life, and appreciate the life they live. Many of Ms Strager's clients earned their money in very shady businesses, and many of them are over grown children who believe their money can buy them anything. Sadly, the women realize this and empower themselves to take full advantage of the ignorance these "men" display. It amazes me that these men believe true love exists through a millionaire matchmaker's club. While that may be true for material objects, it certainly isn't true for happiness, class and respect. Contrary to Ms Stanger's belief, money can not buy you everything.

    Posted by: CJ | May 1, 2009 1:04:18 PM

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