Fueling tired LGBT stereotypes, Stanger continued, "This is not the lesbian. They get involved, move in together. They're quiet, they're at peace. But the gay man, they whip it out at eye lock! They get involved, and then find out later whether or not they want a serious relationship. And I hope they use the privilege in New York for gay marriage because they have it. A lot of gays aren't getting married!"
Longtime equal rights proponent Behar warned her guest she "went wrong," making such a broad generalizations of gay people.
Stanger replied, "I apologize if GLAAD was offended. I was the first person for gay marriage. I put it on the map, on television, where every network fought me, and I'm still there in the trenches."
Some viewers called for Stanger to be fired after declaring gay people can't be monogamous and saying, "I have tried to curb 'you people.'" She then complimented a person who called into the show by telling him he wasn't "queen-y."
She has yet to address her comment that "Jewish men lie."