I hate that men feel entitled to just "shoot their shot" even when I'm clearly not interested

Yeah, so here's the thing. Men were raised by society to be that way. The movies, the stories, the media, everything told us to go for it. The best example is "When a woman says no, she means yes." That is just the tip of the iceberg.

Please don't get upset or offended by what I'm about to say, but men are also victims of this system. We need to address these issues and get those terrible taught misogynist crap out of our minds and our vocabularies. To do that I honestly think it would be fantastic if there was a place within the #metoo movement for men to discuss the things they were raised to believe and echo while at the same time tearing apart those behaviors. That way we can be a more unified race of people not defined by our gender but rather by our character.

For the record, I do not think men have it worse than women here. I just don't think it's fair to put all the blame on men given this systemic issue outdates any living man.

Source: I'm a man.

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