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Andrew Tate: Masculinity Hero or Misogynist?

Andrew Tate: Masculinity Hero or Misogynist?

You are one of a few if you don’t know who Andrew Tate is.

Andrew Tate is a former professional kickboxer, entrepreneur, and social media influencer banned from many platforms without warning—likely for sharing provocative, anti-woke, anti-feminist, and anti-establishment ideas.

In June of 2023, he and his brother Tristan were arrested and charged with human trafficking, forming an organized crime group, and other charges I’m not permitted to say on YouTube without penalty.

At the time of filming, they are awaiting trial and have not been convicted.

I don’t know Tate personally.

Despite—or perhaps because of—Tate’s actions, he’s popular with many men, especially young men.

A while back, before his arrest, he did a five-hour interview with Patrick Bet-David of Valuetainment. I watched it and have wanted to share my thoughts for a while.

In this video, I’ll share my opinion about Tate’s statements relating to dating and romantic relationships.

Because of new “sensitive topic” guidelines from YouTube, I modified this part of the video to avoid “victim-blaming”:

12. Tate says women should bear some responsibility for being sexually assaulted. In some cases, I agree.

He says women who strut around in slutty outfits in the middle of the night intoxicated put themselves at risk.

The Brutal Truth: True.

Aside from that, be prepared for some surprises, shocking insights, and aha moments!

Watch the video here >> <<

Beyond Andrew Tate

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