To answer the 21st Century question Why don’t women try anymore?
without any reference to the dwindling quality of men.
I tag ‘homophobia’ because this is an accurate depiction of the real, older definition, which requires you be slightly homosexual but in denial about it. Not to be confused with the scientific, older definition which is also homoaversion. Otherwise, the same men laughing when feminists go on about ‘stare rape’ wouldn’t give a damn who looks at them, because there’s no chance of sex, so why care?
It’s strange to hear men say lewd comments aren’t insults but then ask them about their own history being bullied and suddenly words are important. Lewd people are rude expressly because they want to get negative attention and make the other person uncomfortable, and that, is bullying.
Protip for the socially inept: say nothing to do with the body per se. E.g. ‘nice dress’ is fine, ‘nice tits’ is obscene. ‘Pretty face’ is OK, ‘sit on my face’ is not, ever. Nothing you would hear in porn. It makes non-porn stars reach for the pepper spray. Women have to be paid to pretend to enjoy that. Think about it.
It’s our verbal IQ and it’s higher than you i.e. we hear more in your words than you put there on purpose. Yes, while nice dress may be a sneaky way to compliment bustline – we know this. It’s about respect as a human, not as a woman per se. If you treat someone as a reduced category, you are literally demeaning them for likely little purpose. Yes, this applies to men, because men is a category below human, the whole species. You can notice this in the hackles that come up when I type ‘Men are…’. It’s mean and rude and usually pointless. If they can’t help it, why mention it? If they can help it, just tell them the positive thing to do instead. If you don’t want them to correct it, you have no cause to gripe, per se.
I use per se too much, per se. It is unhelpful…. per se.
To every man who questions this reasoning, start complimenting the femininity of his features, especially if he has a fine bosom, and when he gets offended, tell him he should take it as a compliment.
By their logic, if another man tells them they have a tight, nice, firm backside, they have no right to be offended or feel creeped out or forbid, in DANGER, because rape is never preluded by taunting the victim, right? I mean, who’d get off on that, some sort of sexual predator? Also, it was your fault for wearing jeans, they’re too tight.
The system is rigged. The system is un-fair. You cannot win.
Why don’t women try anymore?
The only way to win is not to play.
We don’t tend to play into male power-trip fantasies  anymore because the whole system is against everyone, including women, and things like MGTOW are the ragequit from ‘why don’t they…’, ‘why won’t they….’ questions. Answer? People have agency. Men, women, leave them be. It’s called respect for human dignity. That’s why they’re almost perma-single and can’t keep any woman long enough for the narcissism to pop up like oral herpes.
1 Fantasies rigged by richer men, in suits. The greatest enemy of mankind is man himself. Yet they sit around navel-gazing about hemlines like the Fashion Police and wonder why women won’t touch them.
Re the clothes themselves e.g. she’s showing too much skin/asking for it, conformity is a female virtue.