Yeah, a lot, when I was younger. Actions speak louder than words though - we used to have these unisex games in PE, in early highschool, where you had to hold on to each other and run and sh*t. Kind of uncomfortable, for 13-14 year olds, but I can see, and approve, of what they were doing at the time.
But there girls were somewhat fine with it with everyone, but a lot of them flat out refused to play if I was going to be on their team. I had to sit out for some games, because I was so repulsive. Girls that didn't speak out about it wouldn't touch me, or moved further up in the que. Similarly, if I was seated beside girls in class, they'd ask outright to move. If I sat down near them, but with my friends at the time, they'd move as far away from me as they could, and kept asking their friends to switch with them, which would be responded to with laughter and a 'f*** no!'
But, that's the fickleness with youth, doused in American Television, hahaha. I improved myself a great deal and because quite well fancied, which is pretty much the opposite effect =] And if some girls did try that sh*t - usually for me being weird, as opposed to repulsive, this time, you know - I had the confidence to say things to them. One girl did it, and she thought an awwwwful lot of herself, she did the moving tables things, but she was still within talking distance, so I turned to her and said 'Am I that f***ing bad, ey?' - which isn't even a clever line or anything. And she spent the next five minutes apologising to me, while I looked at her with a slightly drawn shattered grin. Heheh. F***ing execution.