Listen, CJ, you are a really smart guy and I love reading your posts because they really teach me a lot about life. I see your point and everything, but I happened to notice that in the article posted by the OP, the speaker in question says the following: “I was addressing both the ladies in the audience and the men, stressing to them that the most important role any of us will ever have is the role that we play in our families,” he told WRTV. “I challenged the men by telling them that, to solve the problems of our society, we don’t need more millionaire entrepreneur men. We need more men acting as fierce defenders of their wives and providers for their children.”
It sounds to me like he's doing exactly what people have been claiming he's doing: perpetuating gender stereotypes. That would mean that your original analysis was, despite being quite revolutionary, inaccurate. What do you think about that, sir? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.