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The list of problems goes on. You might be intrigued to hear that while problems seem innumerable, I propose they can all be rectified with simplest of solutions. There's no danger involved, nobody has to lead radical changes, and it doesn't involve an "impossible" fight against biology.
I simply propose for men to stop asking women out.
Not for rest of your life, but for just a short time, say, a month. It's not impossible, and you won't have to do it as much after month passes. While there are a few (rare) exceptions, vast majority of women don't ask out men 50% of time. Women do have advantage in dating, and it's time to level playing field. Sure, talk with women as friends, and if someone initiates a conversation with you, then definitely reciprocate. However, let woman ask you out if she's interested, no matter how attractive she is to you.
Some women have never asked anyone out in their lives. It's no wonder why these women continually treat men like they're lower beings. If they had to put up with rejections that most men do all time, I guarantee that they would have more respect for men. Women would no longer put up with moving from guy to guy based on who was interested in her at moment. And spreading gossip about potential romantic interests certainly isn't going to help one's prospects.
People need to realize that humans, for all their ancestry, are not monkeys or horses or rabbits. They're humans, who can think and act for themselves.
Men have so much more capacity in dating arena than constantly looking for sex at all costs, if they would only exercise it. It's time to stop being prisoners to so-called "biology." Women have same urges men do, and they should do half work, not 10% or 20%.
There are a lot of "seduction communities" on Internet that teach men how to "seduce" women. I don't know of any similar organization that teaches women how to impress men with same fervor.
There's my proposal. I don't think it's hard to implement. Imagine if all men even at one corporation or university decided to ban together. Laziness won't be a problem, becausenobody even has to do anything. It's time to change our distorted culture. All I'm suggesting is to promote equality. Is that such a bad thing?
Women in today's world have a huge advantage in the dating arena. As a result of outdated stereotypes, many women have never asked a man out in their entire lives, and those that have usually have too many men falling all over them. For men, the situation means rejections, sometimes rude rejections. The solution, however, is far simpler than you might think.