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Tara-Louise Wittwer thinks misogyny on social media goes beyond Andrew Tate

Created: 8/31/2022, 3:38 p.m

Tara-Louise Wittwer explains on her social media channels why it’s internalized misogyny when men call women “annoying” and “temperamental.” © agefotostock/IMAGO

The author and influencer Tara-Louise Wittwer shows on Instagram and TikTok that Andrew Tate is not the only man spreading hatred of women.

Everyone is currently talking about the misogynistic TikToker Andrew Tate, who has been banned from Facebook and Instagram. Again and again he published videos in which he described women as less intelligent and more emotional. The TikToker and author Tara-Louise Wittwer thinks it’s important and good that people talk about hatred of women. What bugs her, though, is that Andrew Tate has become the only hook. tells her how misogyny on social media goes beyond Andrew Tate.

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