The 15 Best Twitter Accounts to Follow for Men For 2019 (2nd Annual)

It’s now time for Brass Pills to do our 2nd “20 Best Twitter Accounts for Men” list. These are accounts that specifically cater to men and tend to focus on self-improvement, pick-up artistry, fitness, gender differences or red pill theory. Here they are in alphabetical order. Follow them. You won’t be sorry!

1) Richard Cooper: I help men understand the cold hard truth about money, life, entrepreneurship & women.

2) Alexander J.A Cortes: Physical Culturist | Writer | Speaker | Make civil the mind and savage the body.

3) Hunter Drew: Patriarch writing on Masculinity l Marriage l Fatherhood.

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4) Tanner Guzy: Author. Men’s Style Coach. Patriarch. Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

5) IM: Per aspera ad astra.

6) Tim Kennedy: UFC Fighter, Ranger, sniper, and Special Forces Operator. Unapologetically American.

7) Ed Latimore: (13-1-1) Former Heavyweight boxer | B.A. Physics | Best-Selling Author | Speaker.

8) LifeMathMoney: Get Rich. Get Fit. Get Smarter. Learn what the schools won’t teach you.

9) Mark Manson: #1 NYTimes bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck. OG blogger and online entrepreneur. I like cats and whiskey, but not at the same time.

10) Men’s Corner: Tweets for men.

11) Geoffrey Miller: Psychology professor; wrote The Mating Mind, Spent, Mate, & Virtue Signaling.

12) Tony Robbins: For every $1 you donate to @feedingamerica, I’ll MATCH it! Join me in my efforts to #ENDHUNGER!

13) Joe Rogan: Stand up comic/mixed martial arts fanatic/psychedelic adventurer Host of The Joe Rogan Experience.

14) Rollo Tomassi: Author of The Rational Male series of books.

15) Zuby: Rapper | Author | Speaker | Coach. Oxford Graduate.

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The 15 Best Twitter Accounts to Follow for Men For 2018

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