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It almost sounds like he's trying to be a feminist, But in a really misogynistic way.
Are they one of those bands that you have to experience whilst young to really 'get'?
I just find how much of a dick he's been publicly recently mildly entertaining.
And thinking that given his attitudes he's probably got form in the way he's behaved with female fans over the years.
it tends to be weirdly accepted as part of the "classic rock 'n roll lifestyle"
This is some pretty clever (if slightly inappropriate) punning
all about women and what they base their decisions on. Is that actually misogyny or just ignorance?
A misplaced sense of superiority to women goes hand in hand with misogyny.
but this statement was given because he was promoting his new business advice book (the hilariously named 'Me, Inc: Build An Army Of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win In Life And Business') and he was asked what advice he had for the female population.
A couple of soundbites joined together into an article. From those quotes it's conceivable he's saying or trying to say the following:
Women should look to build a platform for self-sufficiency financially (e.g. focus on career)
If you want to get married or have children, focusing on your career first means you won't be financially dependent/trapped if something goes wrong.
lots of people go completely bald
reads a bit vague
"This is a very complex and difficult question to answer so I'm going to put it as simply as possible,"