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  • Writer's pictureHaleem Clift

Andrew Tate and the Dangers in School.

Andrew Tate is a British-Romanian kickboxer, entrepreneur, and internet personality. He is known for his controversial views on masculinity, which he often shares on social media.

Tate's messages are noted to promote a toxic form of masculinity that is based on violence, dominance, and misogyny. He teaches young men that they should treat women as objects, and that they should use violence to get what they want.

However, it is important to note that Tate's messages may be perceived differently by adults and teenagers. Adults may be able to see through Tate's misogyny and violence, and they may be able to dismiss his messages as harmful nonsense - an attempt to be controversial and grow a large follow.

However, teenagers may be more susceptible to Tate's messages, as they are still developing their own views on masculinity.

If you are an adult who is concerned about the impact of Andrew Tate's messages on young people, I encourage you to reach out to me. I would be happy to speak to your students or apprentices about a more positive and healthy take on masculinity.

Here are some of the ways in which I offer a different take on masculinity:

  • I focus on the importance of kindness, respect, and compassion.

  • I believe that men should be strong, but not in a way that is harmful to others.

  • I believe that men should be leaders, but not in a way that is oppressive.

  • I promote healthy relationships between men and women.

  • I encourage men to be themselves and to embrace their unique strengths.

I believe that my message is more in line with what young people need to hear, and I am committed to providing them with the resources they need to develop into healthy and well-rounded individuals.

If you are interested in learning more about my work, get in touch.

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