Newer generations of men are rejecting feminism, study says

By Bo Beard | May 16, 2024

16 to 29

Research indicates that boys and men from Generation Z are more inclined than older baby boomers to view feminism as having caused more harm than good, highlighting a potential for significant division within this upcoming generation.

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A quarter of males aged 16 to 29 in the UK believe that being a man is more challenging than being a woman, with a fifth expressing a positive opinion of the social media influencer Andrew Tate, as revealed in a survey of over 3,600 individuals.

Andrew Tate

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Andrew Tate, a British-American former kickboxer with a substantial following on the social media platform X, is currently facing charges in Romania, including human trafficking and rape, which he denies.