No Love for Steve Harvey's New Movie 'Think Like A Man'
Here's her post. Apparently she has no problem with his syndicated morning radio show:
I don't like Steve Harvey -- yes, I said it.
To be more precise, since I've never met the man personally, I don't like what Steve Harvey represents.
There is an arrogance -- a barely sheathed tone of alpha-male superiority that permeates everything he spews from politics to relationships -- that simply makes my skin crawl. In his controversial "book," Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, he presumes that women are so desperate to snare a man that they will blindly lap up advice from anyone with a pen and a publicist. In a deliberate attempt at adverse-feminism, he casts women as simple-minded huntresses who -- with a simple fifteen-dollar literary weapon from Barnes & Noble -- will be armed with the sophisticated techniques needed to catch our flawed masculine prey. To make matters worse, he has a consistent habit of illuminating the misogyny in the Bible for public consumption, as if the Great One himself parted the clouds and said, "Woman, thou shall be a lady in the streets, but a freak in the sheets... (((sheets)))... (((sheets)))..."
Before I became agnostic, I clearly remember sitting in Bible study and hearing Proverbs 18:22, which reads: "He who findeth a wife, findeth a good thing;" not, "she who stalks a husband and lassos him to the altar with tricks (both psychological and sexual) findeth a good thing."
Can the church say 'Amen'?
Read more at the Huffington Post...