Gene Simmons Believes Each Country "Should Be Ruled by Women"

Sleeping with 4600 women and swearing off marriage altogether doesn't necessarily mean Gene Simmons is against women's empowerment. In fact, Simmons, star of A&E's Gene Simmons Family Jewels, told one Canadian web magazine that he is all for progressive social change for females, and believes women should be given the power to rule.

"I believe that every single country by dictum should be ruled by women but just at the high end,” Simmons told However, he quickly added that men should be in charge of “pragmatic, everyday things [because] you women refuse to roll up your sleeves and build skyscrapers and pour concrete and pour the roads that we all drive on because your nails will break. That's why the ant colonies have it right: there's a queen and the rest are all male workers."

Chalk this up to another one of Simmons' unusual takes on modern society. He admitted he is governed by a different way of thinking than most people, but is not ashamed to live by it. This is evidenced by his demon-like rocker persona and non-marital union with Shannon Tweed.

"[My life] is not normal," Simmons said. "What I do and have done for decades is stick my prodigious oral member out ... hump my guitar and spit blood. And Shannon was, if you judge the book by the cover, the playmate of the year, on the cover of Playboy many, many times, and we've never been married. How is that normal?"

Gene Simmons justified his penchant for the unconventional, saying the result of leading a common lifestyle and following a standardized set of rules is “devastatingly horrible.” He debunked the common notion that marriage brings happiness to the couple, claiming most men don't even like their spouses. He, on the other hand, thoroughly enjoys being with Tweed, who appears alongside him on Family Jewels.

Simmons has clearly set himself apart from common society, but like most parents, he only wants the best for his children. He hopes his daughter and Family Jewels co-star, Sophie, will learn to veer away from the evils of mainstream culture and thoughtless conformity.

"What I tell Sophie, when we talk about life in general is, 'I hope you grow up to be Sophie and not the girlfriend of some guy,'" Gene Simmons told "Women have to stop defining themselves by men. You take the guy's last name. Every women's magazine says 'The 10 things he's interested in,' 'What is he thinking?' 'Where is this going?' 'Do I have my mother's hips?' and every one of those articles weakens you."
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