Andrew Tate the Real World – A Hotbed For Misogyny

Andrew tate the real world  is a massive online education platform that shares daily educational videos, resources and guidance. The platform is an upgrade to his Hustler’s University educational website and teaches the same business models. It has a large following of people aspiring to achieve financial independence through the strategies taught by their ‘Professors’. These Professors are battle-tested titans of their industries and have amassed fortunes using the very same strategies they teach to their students.

But the platform is also a hotbed for misogyny, which experts say can be manipulated to radicalise men and boys into carrying out offline harm. It’s not hard to find YouTube channels dedicated to reviving the traditional role of women in the home and parroting vitriolic anti-feminist rhetoric, or to finding out how to use technology to groom women into webcam sex work — a technique he’s been arrested for in Romania on suspicion of.

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But some of the most disturbing content on andrew tate the real world is not aimed at the mainstream, but at those who are living below the poverty line. It’s not unusual for a teenager to ask the professor for tips on how to make enough money to pay their medical bills or rent. And, if their request is not met, they are encouraged to take the red pill and start a new life. It’s not just a question of morality, but one of survival. It’s a call to action for those who want to get out of the matrix.