Men dont try to date me
Once in a blue moon i get sexually harassed at work (there was a time it happend regularly but that was at my old job thankfully i left) or asked to go to strip clubs and drink at bars none of which appeals to me as i am saving myself for marriage and am totally sober
I have no family or friends at all in my life AT ALL. Please dont ask me for details to prove i have nobody. When i say nobody i mean it.
All i do in life is go to work and go shopping or read books or walk around or sleep or eat etc. Just lonesome activities including in public whch servers as a reminder that since men dont ask me out in public either i really am unwanted
Nobody ever wants to exchange numbers or text or call me as a friend (for females) or as a dating prospect (for males)
Its mostly the fact no man wants to even ask me out s the part that gets me. I understand at my age (late 20s) most people are interested in who they can date or marry NOT who they can become best friends with. Same for me i would love a husband more than getting a girl friend.
I've just been accepting lately that im just not cared about or cared for. Im not desirable. Men dont want to ask me out or date me at all.
Its been this way pretty much for years. I got texted twice and asked out once in recent memory. I've ony ever had one boyfriend and it was for a few weeks. He left me for another girl after taking my virginity like a savage.
Thats it. Thats my life. By 40 i will probably still be alone and just living a relatively boring life like now except maybe i will have a dog if i move up financially. I want a dog. But im poor and have a cat
The single biggest issue here is that you think dating is a completely passive activity on your part. IT IS NOT. You also seem to think it's entirely on the man to approach or to indicate interest. IT IS NOT. But you're clearly treating it as if it were, which is why you're getting so little interest. I bet if I could turn myself invisible and followed you around for a week, I'd found out that you put nearly zero effort into finding a man, and what little effort you DID make was abysmal.
Finding a partner is a lot like finding a job: in very rare cases, a good opportunity falls right in your lap - but that's very much the EXCEPTION to the rule, and 99% of the time, people who succeed only do so because they invested significant time and effort into their own success. in my opinion, you need to treat finding a partner like you would finding a job: devoting at least 2 hours a day, at least 6 days a week, on that endeavor.
A woman recently said the following, talking to other women with similar complaints to yours: "ladies: if you are sitting back waiting for a man to approach you, that's WRONG. Even 60 or 100 years ago, that's not how it worked. A woman would walk across the room, and if she saw a man she was interested in and wanted to talk to, she would 'accidentally' drop her hanky near him and keep going, seemingly unaware. The man would, of course, retrieve it and politely return it to her, providing some pretext for a conversation." The point is that the woman, even though she didn't directly approach the man (he would do that part), she still found a way to indicate interest on her part, so that the man had a clue that SHE was interested. This didn't mean that ALL men she received her hanky back from engaged in conversation with her - but it significantly increased her odds of having a conversation, which increased her odds of that conversation leading to a relationship.
YOU HAVE TO PUT IN THE WORK. And, for the love of Pete, do NOT try to meet men online - that's just a waste of everyone's time. You need to GO OUTSIDE and OUT INTO THE WORLD and meet men IN PERSON and, you know, TALK with them. This does several things: it ensures that you're dealing with LOCAL men and not some random dude in another state or another country that you'll never seen in person, and it bypasses all of the games so many people of both sexes play online that's just a huge waste of time. If you run into a guy who is 5'10", you're going to KNOW he's not 6'3", or you're going to know that he's driving a Ford and not a Ferrari. You're going to know what he looks like EVERYDAY, not just that one day where he posed for a really good "Instagram pic" in front of someone else's house, car, or boat.
I should add here that you also need to realize that the Top 20% of guys - the ONLY guys you probably EVER look at - are almost never "relationship guys" - they're only interested in casual relationships (at most), so if you're looking for a serious relationship, then pursuing such men is a complete waste of your time. Relationships are found among the lower 80% of men, most (though not all) of whom are open to serious relationships. You'll never CHANGE a man in this way, so make sure you are "fishing" in the "right body of water" for the kind of man that you want.