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On Twitter she tweeted her support for the gay community but stood by her comments that gay men are less likely to be in a relationship."Attn male Gays: I support you & my comment on WWHL was to LA guys who can't find commitment ..." she tweeted."It's true LA gays toughest nuts to crack to monogamy."Stanger also proclaimed on the Bravo after-show that "Jewish men lie." The turn was surprising for the reality show star, who has often proclaimed her respect for the gay community and rallied on behalf of gay marriage by appearing in a NOH8 campaign ad.“Her comments are not representative of the network’s beliefs and opinions.We apologize for the offense it caused.” Stanger also released a statement: "I am so sorry.But gay people weren't the only ones she was going after this week.
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.Her bluntness continues to garner her infamy, but no one can deny that Stanger has one of the biggest hearts in the matchmaking field and is often sought out for advice by other matchmaking professionals.An experienced third-generation matchmaker, Stanger founded her company, the Millionaire’s Club, in January 2000.