But she didn't actually say that...that's what the article said....what G actually said was
She was talking about an actress friend who has a big career who wants the family lifestyle and I don't think it's that far off really. Being in a relationship is about compromise, having kids is about compromise. I mean it doesn't matter how much you love someone if you are always off doing your own thing and not spending time together then your relationship doesn't have a great chance...add kids in to that and it makes it even worse. Look at how many celeb relationships fall apart because they never see each other due to work commitments.and I said this may not be feminist, but you have to compromise." "It's been all about you and you're a big deal. And if you want what you're saying you want — a family — you have to be a wife, and that is part of the equation," she added.
I'm not a G fan or anything like that, but I think her comment has been taken way out of context and that's unfair, regardless of who they are. What she said is really nothing to get worked up about and unless your an actress then it's not about you at all....imagine if advice you gave a friend, knowing their situation more than anyone else, was published and taken out of context so you can be ridiculed and judged for every single parenting choice you have made because of it.
On the same token if a man wants a family he is going to have to make time to be a husband (or boyfriend/partner etc.) and a dad. If he doesn't he isn't going to end up with the family he is wanting.