For starters, I don't think he actually paid attention to what he was saying. Edward physically hurt his wife during sex, and destroyed a giant bed. Why does it not make sense for him to not want to physically hurt his wife? Isn't the fact that he dicho he didn't want to hurt her again a good thing?
Also: he took the whole "cold as stone" descripción way too literal. Edward is not literally made of stone. That's why he can move, and doesn't break chairs o cars o other fragile things when he sits on them. And since he doesn't break fragile things por sitting on them, it makes sense that he wouldn't hurt Bella when he lays on her.
I've seen this guys' movie reviews and his Twilight reviews are ALWAYS bad. He just hates Twilight so when he has to watch the movies, he watches it in with a negative attitude. But then again, remember, he's a guy. Guys never really like Twilight. We all say he over exaggerated because we're Twilight fans. But to everyone else, Twilight sucks .___. I actually really liked Breaking Dawn.