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Historically speaking, noticing women hasn’t only been a treasured pastime for men everywhere, it’s been a way of life. Sure, the stereotypical idea of construction workers wolf whistling at women seems preposterously rude in today’s world (although I’m sure it still happens…somewhere).

We’ve all been to a corporate seminar that warned us as such.

The result is that we as men have been successfully conditioned to leave women the hell alone.

Add it all up and it could very well be that we’re all being brainwashed into flat-out ignoring people in real life. I made sure to make this a blog post instead of a regular newsletter because I really, seriously would love to hear your opinion.

And I want to hear from both men and women on this.

So nobody is suggesting we revert to real, genuine sexual harassment. In my completely random opinion—which is pure conjecture, mind you—I can think of at least three factors that may be conspiring here.

1) Fear Of Seeming Predatory The subtle (or at times blatant) message presented to men in the 21st century is that any display of sexual interest in a woman is considered “sexual harassment”.

In other words, it’s not just “don’t touch”, it’s “don’t even LOOK”.

The sobering thought that comes to mind here is that this factor alone is moving our culture from an epidemic fear of approaching women to an equally pandemic state of being afraid to even LOOK at them. When was the first time you remember encountering the adjective “rapey” to describe certain male behavior? 2) The Ubiquity Of Porn This one is about as simple to throw on the table as it gets.

Likewise, every #MGTOW battle cry and every stat you guys use to drive your confirmation bias has already been brought up and respectfully responded to (most of which several times).

Going forward, I’ll only be approving well-articulated comments that add something new to the conversation.

And indeed, as people tuned in to their headphones they tuned out all else around them, including other humans. We type at each other on Facebook and Twitter, look at the pictures and watch the videos. Let me be the first to raise my hand and admit that I most certainly pick up the phone less often and attend fewer social gatherings these days.