As a former Andrew Tate fan, when I look back I realize how stupid I used to be and how wrong I was about being masculine. I confused masculinity with barbaric behavior, being insensitive, talking down to people and being rigid about my opinions. Everything was about control- I tried controlling the women I was with, I tried controlling my subordinates. My relationships started failing, because I had become this toxic man who believed in women being hypergamous, who didn’t see value in platonic emotional ties with female friends & believed that it was masculine to want to be with multiple women and not care about whether your behavior was hurting your partner. My first awakening came when my ex left me and settled with another guy who made less than me, was not that fit and was quieter. I started taking therapy and now I have become a better person. I can treat women like my equals, I don’t resent them, I enjoy a woman’s company just for the sake of it and i have realized how Andrew Tate had almost ruined me. I am ashamed of what i had become during that time. Listening to shwetabh gangwar made me feel at peace with my masculinity and i am a moresecure and intelligent man today. To all the men out there, be careful of who you stan. These influencers don’t have your best interests at heart. Going anon with this because ik a lot of AT fans are here too and I don’t want to be reported.
PS: I have also realized that women come in all shapes and sizes and in various personalities. Anybody who claims that they have cracked the code of female psychology or tells you about how women are is lying because humans are diverse beings. And as human beings we are very different from one another. So a single tag won’t fit us.
I’m so proud of you.
U r right buddy and just dont follow anyone and im proud on u
I am really gland you were able to see the right thing through this toxicity and decided to make your life better. You are doing great buddy
And as far as Andrew tate goes, man should be in jail and taking 3 sessions/day for therapy. He has some serious issues. Whenever I see him, it’s a constant reminder of how weirdly, we are evolving backwards