Simps and creeps will always exist, as do shameless women seeking to gain validation from them. It's a mutual feedback loop. The proper approach is to call out both sides.I’m probably in the minority of women who don’t want lustful male attention when I am at the gym. I don’t dress like a skank/hoe or engage with anyone much but I find regardless of me dressing modestly men will stare, make crude remarks, follow me around the gym. It almost seems like the more you cover up the more it intrigues them. What is the deal with that? If I l had the money and space I would definitely build a home gym.
This makes me think that segregated gyms will also benefit women who legitimately seek to train for strength and avoid unwanted approaches, and weed out the immodest harlots who merely go to tempt or fish out for men looking for hook-ups. Same goes on the male side of the equation, restricting the motives to only working out and socializing with fellow men, and stop fuccbois from treating the gym as a daytime nightclub.
I disagree as a guy (ironically speaking); while there exist immutable differences between men and women biologically, psychologically and socially, there's nothing that would physically prevent a woman (ceteris paribus) from performing a bench press or squat or pull up, since their bodies are made of the same muscle groups and pairs that function the same manner as men's. Your biceps for example contract to bend your arms, and the triceps do the opposite of extending them, just as they would for a male.There really are zero reasons for women to workout at a gym. The kind of exercise a woman needs to stay fit and healthy can easily be done with a 20lb kettlebell in her living room.