Los Angeles, CA, August 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- “The Real Deal” radio show, hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis, is broadcasting another episode in its series “Evil Things Women Do.” However, recently, Dr. Leigh-Davis gave men a bashing in “The Real Deal” special broadcast entitled “The PuXXification of Men.”
“Well, as a woman myself, I am waiting to meet a real man who takes charge. However, I realize, part of the problem was caused by women, and therefore, as a woman, I focus a lot more on women’s behavioral patterns,” elaborated Dr. Leigh-Davis, who is also an anthropologist. In addition to exposing the tricks, games and manipulations women use on men and others, Dr. Leigh-Davis details her “old fashion” philosophies. Among other things, Dr. Leigh-Davis believes men who are the household breadwinners should not have to cook, clean, or worry about anything related to household maintenance; and she has said, “’The Rules’ book is a ludicrous and ridiculous book that preaches how to capture a man through trickery and false pretenses.”
Based on the previous callers, men not only seem to be very, very interested in the topic “Evil Things Women Do;” several men seemed to be somewhat fed up with several things women do. Of course, as with most topics discussing men and women, sex has been an integral part of the discussion, and there have been several “mature audiences only” episodes in the series “Evil Things Women Do.”
Dr. Leigh-Davis is a female law professor, anthropologist, retired attorney, and media personality best known for appearing regularly on television news programs as a legal analyst and legal commentator. Now, Dr. Leigh-Davis is becoming well-known for divulging women’s naughty secrets. “This topic has turned out to be so popular, I would not be surprised if we started a TV talk show based on the topic,” stated Dr. Leigh-Davis last week.
“The Real Deal” radio show, hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis, airs live, in syndication, every Wednesday night, at 10PM Pacific Time. Subsequently, archived episodes of “The Real Deal” can be found on iTunes. For more information, visit Dr. Leigh-Davis’ official website.