Why is it more comical/pathetic for a man to be lonely than a woman?

Anonymous
I'm a busy, successful man. I work two jobs, keep myself in shape, work on my house and travel often. I have many friends and I do have hobbies.

However my last girlfriend completely ghosted me after 9 months of dating with no warning. I knew I was annoying her over Christmas by texting/calling her too much. I was out of state and was the only person without a spouse/partner while visiting my family. I just felt inclined to talk to her more often than usual, but I had no idea I turned her off that bad. She deleted her FB account and never responded to any of my texts afterwards (which were few). A friend of mine said she just reactivated her FB account and I noticed she blocked me out.

I decided to go right back out on the market and started dating again. I didn't tell any of the girls I met what happened, but subconsciously I was very hurt/disappointed about how things turned out. I then ran into a string of shithead women (freeloaders, flakes). I noticed I was getting rejected quickly. I know women intuitively pick up on my bitterness/loneliness.

However I got in a long chat with two other long time women about their relationship issues. One of them was a long time friend who just got in divorce (her move) after 6 years of marriage. She tells me she has been balling her eyes out, says her ex is a "good man" but isn't attracted to him, etc. I gave her advice to let him down with gentle hands i. e. make it clear that its over but leave the door open to talk. I also told her not to assume that he is going to have just as an easy time finding a new gf/wife than she will finding a man. WAY too many women assume dating is the same way for guys as it is for them. Not true for a second.

Just hearing all the bs about "womens equality" yesterday got me angry.

I know the gut response is to call me a loner, creep, pussy, beta, sensitive... etc. But why do men get treated like this during these days of "equality". Women don't suffer from those stereotypes like men do.

Why is it more comical/pathetic for a man to be lonely than a woman?
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