He may not always tell you what you want to hear, but with a rare blend of wit, wisdom and warmth, Evan will tell you what you need to hear to find the love you deserve.
so it was something of a surprise to find my name negatively discussed in an article by him on his blog.Back in October I wrote an article for the Huffington Post about stereotypical dating advice which isn’t actually that helpful.I’ve been called upon by countless dating websites, newspapers, radio stations and other companies to share my expertise and experiences, and have consulted for some of the biggest names in the UK dating industry. I would like to point out, Evan Marc didn’t in any way share this article with me, contact me with his disagreement, or even comment on the Huff Po article directly – which I think is a bit spineless and underhand.Interestingly, the Huffington Post article in question was one which a number of British experts had praised or shared themselves. I personally thought it was helpful and pretty inoffensive! If you’re going to write a response to something, at least have the decency to let the person you’re attacking know about it!So put on your tallest shit-stomping boots before we walk through this mess, because trust me, you’re gonna need em.
In this, the first in a series  of posts about EMK, we’re going to examine his general (unspoken, of course, because he can’t just come right out and say he hates women and believes them to be inferior) philosophy, which is that women today are failing in relationships because economic independence and changing social mores allow us, to a certain extent, to go about our lives acting like regular humans instead of accepting our natural role as submissive little dimwits whose primary purpose in life is to serve men, fuck them on demand, raise their children, and basically wipe their asses for them.Dating coach Evan Marc Katz knows why you’re frustrated with men and dating.With four books, a blog that reaches 9 million readers, and his Love U coaching program, Evan has helped thousands of women understand men and make healthier relationship choices.I’ve dated on more websites and apps than I can remember, and in the last two years have met thousands of singletons who’ve shared their dating experience with me.I know how my writing is generally received, particularly by other people who work in the dating industry.Here’s some of what the overstuffed little blowhard has to say about how we’re doin’ it wrong: are not all the same. Because in reality, all this talk of gendered behavior is bullshit. Your desire to find a man who is taller, smarter, more generous, and more successful than you.