Gavin McInnes ranted all over a Huffington Post video chat in the most tired, men's rights-y way imaginable:

Women are forced to pretend to be men. They're feigning this toughness. They're miserable. Study after study has shown that feminism has made women less happy. They're not happy in the work force, for the most part. I would guess 7 percent [of women] like not having kids, they want to be CEOs, they like staying at the office all night working on a proposal, and all power to them. But by enforcing that as the norm, you're pulling these women away from what they naturally want to do, and you're making them miserable.

McInnes says that the "natural" order is that men are tough and women are on earth to shape life, which is basically just religious talk without the God thrown in, a lazy argument gesturing toward evolution by someone who doesn't understand evolution. And in any case, has humanity ever been interested in doing what's natural? Show me naturally occurring pants and then we can talk about humans being interested in following nature.

I've never been a fan of the Vice aesthetic as imagined by McInnes, and I hated his memoir with a burning passion, but this douchey rant really identifies McInnes as someone to be safely ignored. If he's throwing around flimsy ideas like this, he's got nothing left to offer.