With all the controversy surrounding Andrew Tate online, the accusations of Misogyny, sexism, his influence, and the conversation about how he’s affecting young men, I’d be surprised if you weren’t aware.
He’s also the guy who claimed people who like anime over the age of 15 are losers some years ago.
Opinions, feelings, and drama, aside, I thought I’d do a post on a set of anime characters who share:
- Ways of behaving (not the extremes).
And other personality traits with Andrew Tate…. I’m known for doing this kinda thing (Amber Heard, for example).
Let’s get to it.
Anime characters similar to Andrew Tate:
1. Akuru Akutsu (Aho Girl)
The main male character of the Aho Girl series. He doesn’t give a F when it comes to Yoshiko, the female character who loves Banana, is dumb, seems proud, and is shameless.
Akuru is straightforward, introverted, and doesn’t like to be bothered, but he will speak his mind and do whatever he feels like, regardless of what other people think.
It’s a comedy/parody with extreme humour, usually pushing itself pretty hard to be funny. So you either love it or hate it for its extremes with comedy and entertainment.
2. Seiya Ryuuguuin (Cautious Hero)
Seiya, a character some fans in the anime community call “the THOT slayer” is the protagonist of a unique
He’s careful and meticulous.
He’s also not one to let women distract him from his goals or what matters most, especially those flirting or trying to manipulate him. Or anything of the sort.
Seiya doesn’t accept double standards between Men and women.
3. Shinji Matou (Fate Stay Night)
In the Fate series, Shinji is an asshole, plain and simple. He’s the kind of guy who would shoot you in the back the moment he feels comfortable enough to get away with it.
He’s also arrogant and looks down on people. He thinks he’s above others, and this is true with his treatment of women, especially Sakura, a feminine character who doesn’t stand up for herself.
Andrew Tate’s critics will definitely agree with Shinji as a comparison character.
4. Sakuta Azusagawa (Bunny Girl Senpai)
Another character who, like Seiya, doesn’t subscribe to double standards between men and women, or in other words – he sees things for how they are. And doesn’t give anyone special treatment because of their gender.
Sakuta is laid back, chilled, stoic, straightforward, and brutally honest. But not with the intent to harm or hurt the feelings of others. He’s just expressing his true feelings.
His honesty can be compared to Andrew Tate despite the other differences in personality.
5. Kazuma Satou (Kono Subarashii)
The gender equality man himself.
Kazuma is reborn in another world and given a chance by a smug Goddess called Aqua. She ends up tagging along out of obligation and the two argue a lot and form their own party.
Kazuma doesn’t subscribe to gender double standards, societal bias, and the pedestalization of women. He sees people for what they are. If they deserve respect, they get it, and vice versa.
He’s a logical-thinking person in this sense and is one of the most respected anime characters in the industry.
There’s no comparison.
6. Shinichi Chiaki (Nodame Cantabile)
Chiaki doesn’t pay her any attention and doesn’t allow her to get in the way of his work, hustle, and dedication. But he does end up being interested later as she is also a musician, and they work well together.
Shinichi is a male Tsundere with an honest personality and is too focused on what matters to let certain women ruin his opportunities or lifestyle.
7. Hachiman Hikigaya (Oregairu)
The man himself Hachiman Hikigaya. The main star of the show and the one everyone remembers. Everything is centred around Hachiman, including the two
He’s a character who thinks a lot. He observes things and the people around him. He’s an introvert, but he does speak his mind and isn’t afraid to hurt people’s feelings if it means being true to himself.
He doesn’t care or need approval or validation from others. He values people who keep it real and doesn’t think much of people who play a character to fit in or be respected.
8. Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto)
Sasuke is what some people call an “edgy” character, but that’s wrong. He’s a character who goes through hell and is forced to deal with the tragic consequences of his own brother’s actions.
This hardens his soul and makes him understandably savage and brutally honest.
Sasuke doesn’t treat Sakura with any respect despite the fact she still chases him around like a lap dog and kisses his ass at every opportunity. He’s too single-minded to let women like Sakura (early stages) interfere with his life goals.
He’s a HATED character by many in the anime community but also loved by many more to a large extent.
9. Kyosuke Imadori (School Rumble)
This guy is a supporting character from the
He’s blase, straightforward to a fault, and will tell a woman how he feels regardless of how it comes across. And regardless of whether what he has to say is a compliment, an insult, or otherwise.
In the case of Imadori, he does have some good underneath the BS, but his intentions and his big mouth tend to get him the OPPOSITE of what he wants when it comes to women.