He said something along the lines of gender inequality in terms of salary does not exist because it is men who take the high-risk jobs. I would not take issue with this until he implied that women won't take risk or are too afraid to do so. Another time, there was a shared post about the different standards practiced by pre-colonial women in our country and he said something about it might be a propaganda post as an excuse for modern women to act unseemly. I looked at his fb posts and there was one shared youtube vid about women and their illnesses and lying about their history. He also commented on the Will Smith slap incident where he called him emasculated and Jada Smith, emancipatedly disrespectful. He had a post where he felt lamenting about current society being too soft.
For further context, he is a man, I think, in his 30s, in our Asian country. He is sort of a host for the weekly interviews for creators and he does seem to be gentlemanly and polite in his interviews. Aside from him being generally helpful, people here do hold respect for ones in authority (or at least told to not be rude) whatever their behavior might be. He often helps some members when they have questions on academics and tech. His thinking is something I would not be surprised some middle aged men might have, but I am still surprised when he says them out loud in a group conversation, especially one where there are women around. But again, during those conversations, he is the most senior one in terms of rank and age. I barely hear people challenging him. I am not sure much about his personal life but I think he mentioned an ex-girlfriend once.
There was another senior member who I called a creep before realizing it was a senior member. (He was joking about applying to be a teacher so he could be sugar daddy for middle schoolers). He does not interact much in our subcommunity after that.