The interview deals largely with Simmons' love of comics books, and Superman specifically. The interviewer is asking what Simmons' wife, Shannon Tweed, thinks of Superman:
Q:I'm wondering what she thinks of Superman.So there you have it ladies: you're not cut out for this superhero stuff. And if you don't appreciate things like this...
A:Oh, women don't have a clue. They never did. It's biological. Our aspiration to be heroes, to physical greatness and ruling the world is something totally foreign to them.
...well, it's all biological. Let us men aspire to rule the world while you go blog about Little Lulu or something.
Gene Simmons, whose deep understanding of women's "biology" include authoring the songs Burn Bitch Burn, Love 'Em and Leave 'Em, Christine Sixteen, and Plaster Caster. Gene Simmons, who is so radical he let A& freakin' E do a reality show about his life. You go, Gene, you outlaw, you.
Full text on Simmons' enlightenment can be read here.
Monstrobot's previous encounter with Simmons' comic books can be found here.