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Viral ‘anti-feminist’ YouTuber Pearl Davis called ‘feminine Andrew Tate’

An “anti-feminist” YouTuber who believes women should not have the right to vote and divorce should be illegal has been dubbed the “Andrew Tate Woman”.

Hannah Pearl Davis, 26, aka “Pearl,” has accumulated more than 1.5 million followers for his conservative views, with clips of his inflammatory comments often going viral on Twitter and TikTok in recent months.

Its online popularity increased after the arrest of Tate in Romania for sex trafficking in december

Tate, 36, who became one of the world’s most famous influencers for sharing his controversial opinions online, had been a guest on his channel shortly before he was arrested.

Since then, his YouTube following has grown from 960,000 subscribers to 1.54 million, according to at SocialBlade.

Viral ‘anti-feminist’ YouTuber Pearl Davis called ‘feminine Andrew Tate’
Davis has been compared to Andrew Tate.
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Davis also had 930,000 followers on TikTok previously be forbidden in August last year “for telling the truth about feminism”.

“Why do all these big companies censor one side but not the other?” he said in a video at the time.

“Men have problems, I’m not saying they don’t, but it’s not a fair conversation if only one side is talking. We’ve been hearing about men’s problems for the last 20 years, but women don’t listen to men. Feminists don’t want to have the conversation because it makes them look bad. Anything that puts women in a bad light is removed, censored.”

Davis is originally from Chicago, Illinois, where she grew up with nine siblings and her parents, software entrepreneurs Dan and Jennifer Davis, she said. Insider.

Ironically, her mother was once on the board of UN Women USA, a charity that supports UN gender equality programs.

He now lives in London, where he found early success filming street interviews, and now hosts a YouTube talk show called The Pregame as well as creating viral video content such as silly “whiteboard” presentations.

He joined YouTube in 2020, but his popularity only took off in May 2022, when his increasingly bold content saw his subscriber count skyrocket from 25,000 to over half a million in six months.

In total, her YouTube videos have generated more than 781 million views, while on Twitter, videos with the hashtag #justpearlythings have been viewed more than 300 million times.

she said Insider earlier this year that she was influenced watching videos of popular right-wing figures like The Daily Wire founder Ben Shapiro and economist Thomas Sowell during college.

Davis has teamed up with manager Coby DeVito, a former colleague of Shapiro’s The Daily Wire.

While he denies exaggerating his views for clicks, Davis clearly enjoys stirring up controversy.

“A lot of people think I’m crazy because I don’t think women should vote,” one said Twitter video this week it has been viewed 860,000 times. “If anything, that’s probably my most extreme opinion.”

He went on to explain that he “came to this conclusion” because he wanted to know “why men were so angry with women.”

“When I started researching these things, it was pretty easy to figure out why: 90 percent of women have been on birth control, one in three women have had an abortion, one in three women have an STD, the average number of people is more than five, 95 percent of women are not virgins on their wedding day, so I understand these complaints,” he said.

Davis said at the time that “the courts, the legal system, the whole society is basically saying goodbye to women,” citing examples such as payments for single mothers.

“If you pay women to be terrible, you’re probably going to get more terrible women,” she said.

“The point is that politicians, the only way to be elected, women vote for them. The reason we can’t see a change in these laws… is because they won’t be re-elected. Does everyone deserve the right to vote? Because we essentially have a society where men only pay for women’s bad decisions.”

In another video this week, viewed 2.6 million times, Davis suggested that “outside of reproduction, society would function just fine without women.” “If women stopped working tomorrow I think we would have an increase in efficiency, not a decrease,” she said.

“The problem is we have all these women who think they’re making more than they are because they’re hot and they’re making money being hot, and they’re subsidized by the government.”

In others viral clips on TikTok, Davis argues that a woman doesn’t “deserve a guy who makes six figures if you’re obese,” that it’s a woman’s fault if her partner cheats, and that men should be allowed to hit women.

“A lot of you are shitty women,” she said in a video. “You don’t cook for your man, you despise him, you annoy him all the time. You don’t treat him like a man.”

Clips of Davis appearing on other podcasts have also circulated widely, including a debate with a YouTuber Ethan Klein on the rights of slavery and divorce. “I think we should ban divorce,” he said.

“I just think that if you want to leave, you don’t have to get married. You know, because marriage is supposed to be for better or for worse, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, I shouldn’t to be when I feel like leaving. Most divorces now are just when the girl feels like leaving.”

Davis, however, insists she is not a misogynist.

“Misogyny is the hatred of women,” he said Insider.

“I don’t hate women. For some reason, acknowledging a basic truth like men and women are different is labeled misogyny today.”


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