Ladies, I don’t know what the answer to your romantic needs is.But I’m going out on a limb and saying that Steve Harvey probably doesn’t either.
His success as a stand-up comedian led to a starring role on the ABC show Me and the Boys in 1994.Steve thinks aforementioned dating sites and apps aren’t doing enough for the really marriage-minded individuals out there.Calling it a new marriage-minded dating site, Harvey said, “Women want to date with the goal that it turns into a relationship.You can catch a bunch of it on an amazing compilation called “Sh_t Steve Harvey Says,” including a 2009 interview with Joy Behar in which he declared, “If you don’t believe in God, then where’s your moral barometer? And you can’t just tell me it spun out of a gastrous [sic] ball, and then all of a sudden, then we were evolved from monkeys. Men aren’t supposed to nag.” On “The View,” he told women, “Number one, there isn’t a real man living that can live without one of you.He does not exist.” When challenged that gay men can do it, he looked puzzled and replied, “Real men” — prompting Joy Behar to observe, “Gay men are real men too.” Offering his tips to a woman who asked on “Good Morning America” how to let a man know she’s not interested, he said, “You can’t. Once a guy is interested in you, we lock in, we don’t care what you do.” He’s explained to women that “We remain your friends in hopes that one day there will be a crack in the door, a chink in the armor.I decided that, as a journalist, I wanted to show ladies I was a big fan of wordplay and had a sense of humor.(Sidenote: passwords on cannot include symbols, so in case any elite hackers out there want the personal information of people like me who sign up for Steve Harvey’s dating website, it’s there for the taking.)Next, Steve wanted me to tell him about myself.I have to admit, having two giant smiling photos of Steve staring at me while I tried to sum up my life in 100 words was a little unnerving, but I did my best.In case it wasn’t clear earlier, Steve really likes to make himself a part of this site.Trust and believe that guy you think is just your buddy, he will slide in that crack the moment he gets the opportunity. 99.9% of us think that way.” He declares that women are by design nurturing, because “It is in her DNA to nurture a child.” And he tells potentially marrying ladies that “If you want to keep your last name you got, marry your daddy.”Harvey, who calls himself “an absolute expert on manhood,” isn’t peddling anything that other relationship “experts” have for ages – casting women as the guardians of sex and the military strategists of love and putting men in the role of mindless, sports-addicted hulks who at best can be “providers” but don’t respect women who sleep with them after only 89 days.And sure, like a stopped clock, he isn’t always wrong.