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In an essay on fashion tips in Harper’s Bazaar, Ashton Kutcher says “the woman must be the star of the couple.”

“Your man should not upstage you,” Kutcher advises. “He is there to highlight you.”

“When it comes to getting dressed, men are a little bit more important than handbags but less important than shoes,” he writes. “At any rate, we are merely accessories.”

“Guys don’t like to be told they look nice, pretty, or cute or that they clean up well,” writes Kutcher, who’s been married to Demi Moore, 44, since 2005.

“We want to feel dirty, rugged, and, most important, that you feel safe when you are in our company,” he continues. “So when your guy finally tries on something that you like, tell him that he looks like James Bond or Tony Montana.”

I like that. A man who knows his place – just between the handbad and the shoes. Demi has trained him well. No wonder I like younger men.