Given the disdainful misogyny presented in this article, one would have to assume that Mr. Heyl is a pathetic, insecure little excuse of a man with a serious case of mommy issues. He probably doesn't get out much, is still secretly bitter that the head cheerleader wouldn't date him in high school, and eats lonely microwaved meals while standing over the kitchen sink in his bachelor pad.
See? I can make generalizations too! (although mine are far more likely to be true.)