Patti Stanger, the host of cabler Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker, has suggested gay men aren't looking for romance.

In 2000, Stanger founded the Beverly Hills-based Millionaire's Club, a dating service that caters to wealthy men. Millionaire Matchmaker, now in its fifth season, follows Stanger and her staff as they attempt to find true love for wealthy men.

During the season premiere of Watch What Happens Live, Stanger answered questions from viewers about dating.

When Dusty called in and asked Stanger how to maintain a long-distance open relationship, she replied that “in the gay world there's always going to be open.”

“There is no curbing the gay,” Stanger told host Andy Cohen. “You know, I try to curb you people and you just don't … I've decided to throw in the towel and say, 'Do what you want.' But when you find the right person you will know. Because then you're not going to want to go on [hookup site] Grindr and all these all other sites.”

When a bewildered Cohen said, “I am a gay. And I'm down for the monogamy,” Stanger scoffed and then asked: “When is the last time you had a boyfriend?”

And when Tyler asked via video for Stanger's take on why gay guys in Los Angeles can't commit, she answered: “First of all, you're very handsome, I thought you were straight. So that's a compliment.”

“I don't know why being straight is a compliment. Why is being straight a compliment?” Cohen asked.

“Because he's not queeny,” Stanger answered. “Like you want a queen. Yeah, I don't think so.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)