\u201cThis is the action we need from social media platforms to prevent the radicalisation of young men online. \n\nIf you haven\u2019t, I recommend reading Laura Bates\u2019 \u2018Men Who Hate Women\u2019 to hear from teachers who share how these misogynistic behaviours have seeped into their classrooms.\u201d
\u201cWell done. Now do TikTok. https://t.co/6LYahOssou\u201d
— Mike Stuchbery \ud83d\udc80\ud83c\udf77 (@Mike Stuchbery \ud83d\udc80\ud83c\udf77)
Although the ban from Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter helps disseminate Tate's platform, much of his content is still able to circulate online due to fan accounts.
The social media star has already damaged the perception some may have toward women but with bans in place and monitoring of Tate's content it can become less available.
In a statement, anti domestic violence organization Refugee said, "Meta has made the right decision in removing Andrew Tate from its platforms" saying it helps prevent a violent misogynistic worldview.
“The same kind of action is now needed outside of high-profile cases like this – we know that women are experiencing stalking, harassment and abuse online every day, often without so much as a response from social media companies," Refugee added.
\u201c@mattxiv now I just need all the fan accounts to be gone\u201d