He made headlines last month after he made sexist remarks on the Married At First Sight finale.
And this week, former MAFS star Mike Gunner once again dared to talk gender differences, this time on his new self-titled .
Talking this time about how men and women approach relationships differently, the 44-year-old electrician said how the 'primitive' side of men and women come out.
Awkward! MAFS star Mike Gunner discusses gender differences AGAIN... after THOSE sexist remarks
It came after former MAFS star Bella Frizza said that she thinks women first go into relationships from an 'emotional' point of view, while men are more 'physical.'
Mike's new girlfriend Jessica Williamson was also involved in the latest podcast.
'I think that guys, I can only speak for me. You need chemistry, you need attraction,' Mike said.
His views: Talking this time about how men and women approach relationships differently, the 44-year-old electrician said how the 'primitive' side of men and women come out
'Maybe it goes back to, you know, we have to choose a partner or a mate, to sound a bit more primitive, where she's able to carry our children, and that we're going to be attracted to her and want to have more children with her.'
'I don't know if that's maybe subconscious thinking,' he said, before trying to explain the female point of view.
'Girls do the same. They want a big, strong guy that can protect her and her baby and provide for her and that hasn't changed,' Mike said.
'So maybe men and women are very similar, but we are different genders. So we're gonna have different priorities that we're seeking,' he said.
Better be careful, Mike! Mike's new girlfriend Jessica Williamson (pictured) was also involved in the latest podcast
However he argued that men don't just go for the 'physical' and that often men