Like her Bravo show “Millionaire Matchmaker,” she offers a melange of useful observations on dating and relationships, mixed with some truly reactionary, fucked-up advice that seeks to corral both men and women into normative gender role behavior.
(In fact, we’ve debunked some of this fucked up-edness before.) Let me be clear: if people want to that normative gender role behavior himself or herself, that’s great. But it’s not ethical to teach people their most successful strategy for finding love is to squeeze yourself into a box and follow the sexist script.
Is there any dating advice that you would never give again, or that you now look at differently? And a lot of my isms  come from my grandmother, believe it or not. Because I believe that men have types, and they don’t — they can deviate [between] blonde hair and dark hair, but the innate qualities, the types are the same. That’s what the expression meant, so be careful before he sticks it in that he’s a real keeper and not a loser. She’s alpha at work.” You know, we have to do certain things to get ratings. It’s like we’re improvisation, and scripted gets the words, but we’re still actresses at the end of the f–kin’ day any way you look at it. So what projects do you have in the works right now?
Thou Shalt Honor Thy Dating Commitments When a man calls you, he will offer you dinner, but you have the right to reduce the date to drinks, lunch, brunch, coffee, etc. He will notice if you are constantly looking at your watch, and he will be unimpressed.
” Like, why am I being punished for being successful?
And that’s the part I can’t get, because if a man was successful and he was a d–k like Mel Gibson, he would still get women at the end of the day.
The past three relationships that I can call "real" were with men that told me in one way or another they weren't ready for anything serious.
And some people like to shave so we [completely bare] have gels for that, but other people like to just wax.