Andrew Tate branded ‘misogynist’ for calling men who display emotional control like women ‘aggressive’

Bucha Rest, Romania: Andrew Tate, who often faces criticism on social media, recently shared a controversial opinion on X (formerly known as Twitter). He emphasized that men who have similar emotional control as women display aggression.

Tate’s views on masculinity, particularly regarding women, have faced considerable criticism as being problematic, provocative and misogynistic.

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Andrew Tate makes another controversial tweet on X (@Cobrate/Twitter)

In a previous tweet, Andrew Tate expressed his disapproval of men making the first move to approach women

Andrew Tate calls men who have emotional control like women ‘dangerous’

In a recent tweet on X, Andrew Tate once again caused controversy with a statement regarding men’s emotional control.

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Tate clarified his view of men having emotional control over women, saying, “Men lacking the same emotional control as women does not produce weak passive men.”

Elaborating on his point, he concluded, “It creates dangerous malicious aggressive men.”

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The tweet has received a total of 600.1K views on Twitter.


Cultivating men to lack the same emotional control as women does not create weak passive men.

This creates dangerous malicious aggressive men.

– Andrew Tate (@Cobrate) December 3, 2023


Internet reacts to Andrew Tate’s controversial remarks

After Andrew Tate made a statement about men’s emotional control and mocked women in the process, many social media users criticized him for his “misogyny views”.

Andrew Tate appeared on a YouTube vlog (Moe Vlogs/Youtube)
Trolls call Andrew Tate a ‘misogynist’ (Moe Vlogs/Youtube)

One user called out Tate for her views, writing, “You are narcissistic and misogynistic.”

Another user wrote, “When you teach boys about emotions, it helps them understand themselves better. They can express emotions in healthy ways. This can lead to healthy relationships. “

One user said, “Emotional control is not about suppressing emotions but about understanding and expressing them appropriately. Developing emotional intelligence benefits both men and women.”

One user commented, “Balancing emotional expression and control is important for both genders, promoting healthy emotional intelligence rather than suppressing or amplifying emotions. Maintaining balance promotes well-developed individuals and prevents harmful behavior.” “

One user disagreed with Tate’s statement and wrote, “I don’t know. Women have more trouble than men. It’s also a statistic. I think it’s still important to note that women sometimes “They can be extreme with their emotions, but there’s a reason why. They’re more in tune with them than we are. Balance is a necessity.”


you are narcissistic and misogynistic

—Gloriana Arias (@gloris_arias) December 3, 2023



When you teach boys about feelings,

This helps them understand themselves better.

They can express emotions in healthy ways.

This can lead to healthy relationships.

– Sara Love & Seduction 💋 (@SeduceAndCharm) December 3, 2023



Emotional control is not about suppressing emotions but about understanding and expressing them appropriately.
Both men and women benefit from developing emotional intelligence.

— RapTalk IN (@RapTalk_IN) December 3, 2023



Balancing emotional expression and control is important for both genders, promoting healthy emotional intelligence rather than suppressing or amplifying emotions. Maintaining balance helps individuals develop and reduces the risk of harmful behaviour.

– Shahid Mehmood Raja (@imshahidraja) December 3, 2023



I know brother. Women go through this more than men. This is also a statistic. I think it’s still important to keep in mind that women can sometimes be extreme with their emotions, but there’s a purpose behind why they’re able to be more in tune with them than we are. Balance is a necessity.

– Jahir Cameron (@cameron_jair) December 3, 2023


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