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Andrew Tate advocates dating supermodels as an alternative to therapy for men, fans say ‘100% facts’

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BUCHAREST, ROMANIA: Andrew Tate, the polarizing influencer, recently voiced his perspective on the platform ‘X’ (formerly known as Twitter), asserting that therapy is not a common choice among men.

 

Tate is widely recognized for promoting controversial ideas related to gender and masculinity. He has previously expressed the belief that depression does not affect men significantly, advocating for a particular stoic approach.

 

Andrew Tate's cobra tattoo (@Cobratate/ Twitter)
Andrew Tate’s opinion on men going for therapy causes a stir on social media (@Cobratate/ Twitter)

 

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Moreover, Tate has suggested that men should cultivate an air of mystery and emotional detachment in their interactions with women, particularly to enhance their attractiveness.

Andrew Tate proclaims that men don’t need therapy

In a recent tweet, Tate took his unconventional views a step further, boldly proclaiming that, in his opinion, men would opt for extreme physical challenges and pursue relationships with supermodels.

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Andrew Tate defends himself (@Cobratate/ Twitter)
Andrew Tate asserts that men would date supermodels instead of going therapy (@Cobratate/ Twitter)

Tate further said men would strive to accumulate vast wealth, even to the extent of enduring physical harm like getting punched in the face or completing an exhausting 500 burpees, rather than considering therapy as a viable option for addressing their emotional and psychological well-being.

This perspective not only reinforces his controversial stance on therapy but also underscores his belief in the pursuit of traditional ideals of masculinity, which often includes physical toughness and material success as alternatives to seeking professional mental health support.

Andrew Tate appered on a YouTube vlog (Mo Vlogs/ YouTube)
Andrew Tate asserts men would do 500 burpees (Mo Vlogs/ YouTube)

 

Tate wrote, “Men will literally get punched in the face, do 500 burpees, date supermodels, and earn millions instead of going to therapy.”

Andrew Tate’s fans assert that Top G is speaking facts about men

Following Tate’s assertion that therapy isn’t a mandatory avenue for men to address mental challenges and that alternative approaches can be explored, numerous users took to the platform to share their perspectives on the matter.

One user wrote, “100% facts !!!” Another user wrote, “I can bet you cant do 500 Burpees.”

Andrew Tate states that a person's better version gets adored by women (cobratate/Twitter)
Andrew Tate assert he doesn’t see men every going for therapy (cobratate/Twitter)

 

A user stated, “Most of men don’t talk to each other about their problems. They just prefer to work on themselves. Men are at their happiest when they are eating healthy, lifting weights, providing to their family, making money and following their purpose.”

 


Most of men don’t talk to each other about their problems. They just prefer to work on themselves.

Men are at their happiest when they are eating healthy, lifting weights, providing to their family, making money and following their purpose.

— Santiago Amado (@SantiAmadoFx) September 9, 2023

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