Sunday, May 19, 2019

Do Women Have A Problem Dating Men In The Limelight?

It was roughly a week ago this time that the nation began trending and deliberating about NBA superstar Steph Curry’s wife, Mrs. Ayesha Curry. 

For those not in the know, we’ll make it brief. She did an interview with Jada Pinkett Smith. In the discourse with Jada, Ayesha Curry, eluded to the fact that she was “somewhat jealous” of the adulation & attention that her husband receives, being a rich NBA phenom. She lamented to the ‘Red Table Talk’ crew that she wished
she received as much attention from men, as does her husband from women.

What happened next would be a firestorm of debates, triggered feelings, rebuttals, and scathing dialogue. 

The women felt it was “much ado about nothing”, and the men were putting too much mustard on the hot dog. Everyone wants to feel desired, the women said. 

The men’s version was: how could this woman – who has a doting husband who’s rich beyond anyone’s dreams – have a wife who would tell the world that she still has a longing for attention from outside men? 

Should Steph Curry be upset? Is this the writing on the wall of bigger problems to come? Is Steph at all to blame in this scenario? Or is this a common theme for most woman; they don’t want a man who gets more attention than they do?  

In this week’s Podcast, we are going to have dissenting opinions from each side weigh in and explain how this issue will reverberate for many years to come.

Join us this Sunday, May 19, from 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST) at Straight Talk with Ted Santos and Blair Nash on Blog Talk Radio

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