A three-hour long interview that Candace Owens did with Andrew Tate was surprisingly based, considering he is widely known and labeled as the ‘king of toxic masculinity. And although the interview, which has garnered over 3 million views, was quite captivating and had many great points, it’s hard to sit through 3 hours of content. Here are my top five takeaways from the first two hours of Andrew Tate’s interview.
It’s Hard To Be A Man
One of the central topics that Tate keeps going back to during the interview is the idea that it is tough to be a man in today’s world. Apart from the need to constantly compete with men to be able to move forward in life, men are now competing for the attention of women who now have very high standards when it comes to picking a man.
Women Want A Protector
No matter how women say that they want equality between men and women, when push comes to shove, women want men who will protect them in times of trouble. When trouble comes, a woman wants a man who will lead. Tate and Owens both agree that women in general are more attracted to assertive man rather than emotional ones. Based.
Men Aspire For Respect
The number one thing men aspire for, according to Tate, is respect from his woman. He says that it is innate in men to look for the place where he is respected, therefore for the woman to be able to keep a man, she should show him that she loves him and that she respects him and the decision he makes. Yes ladies, it really is as easy as that.
Relatable Role Models
Owens and Tate both agree that they have a large following because they are relatable as people who ‘came from nothing’ and made something of themselves. They say that it’s hard to respect people who sit on a pedestal who has experienced no real hardship themselves yet preach about doing good. Case in point: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
I expected more debate between Owens and Tate, which is why their amicable conversation was a pleasant surprise. Although Tate has definitely done questionable things in the past, I admit that his viewpoints are quite based. Having listened to him speak at length has definitely made me understand why he has such a large following.
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