The very day, March 17, 2005, that Scott Peterson--sentenced to death in California for killing his wife and unborn son and throwing their remains into San Francisco Bay--took up residence on San Quentin's death row, he received three-dozen phone calls from smitten women, including an 18-year-old who wanted to become his second wife." Her anecdotes about dating behavior come from a 21-year-old-college student who throws herself at the Tucker Max, the proudly male chauvinist pig author of "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell.He happily calls women "pigs, " except for the "hotties" he chases after.And it seems that where men are forbidden to dominate in a socially beneficial way -- as husbands and fathers, for example--women will seek out assertive, self-confident men whose displays of power aren't so socially beneficial." She writes, "Not surprisingly, given that "head of the household" is a phrase that cannot be uttered in today's egalitarian homes, many women satisfy their yearning for dominance by throwing themselves at bad boys or even worse.An updated version of the classic game show involving bachelors and bachelorettes hoping to meet that special someone.The contestant is presented with three prospective dates whom she cannot see, but can only ask questions.But her Standard piece, headlined, "The New Dating Game," drags up some hoary "evolutionary psychology" ideas as fact, when that is not the case.
Are we doomed unless we go back to the old days of male dominance and female chastity?
That's the argument made by Charlotte Allen for the Weekly that is creating a lot of "buzz "on the internet.
Allen is the conservative writer who penned an article for the Washington Post Outlook section titled "Women aren't very bright," so you can guess where she is coming from.
Though the environment is familiar to Cohen with a live audience and a cushy couch for conversation with guests, this is not “Watch What Happens Live.” Rather, the Bravo personality is taping an episode of “Love Connection,” the revival of the dating game show, which premieres Thursday night on Fox.
“Love Connection” shot over a period of about one week, bringing the New York-based Cohen to Los Angeles to do what he does best: prod into people’s personal lives.