I also have the right to set certain boundaries. I've been watching YouTube videos where these therapists and "life coaches" always talk about setting boundaries. I guess we all kind of know what they are talking about when they say that one should set boundaries in interpersonal relations. In my case, I have the right to set a boundary in regards to very young, attractive female employees at businesses I patronize. Namely, I have to right to refrain from asking such young women out on dates. I have the right to have a policy where I just don't do that anymore, because I base this policy on experience and common sense.
If anyone wants to let me know that this. or that, or any young woman at one of these businesses likes me enough to want to go out with me on just one date, they can overtly tell me so instead of trying to drop hints or be rude or otherwise try to interact with me as if I'm doing something wrong by not romantically pursuing this, or that, or any young woman at any of these businesses. Any young woman who works at one of these businesses who wants to go out with me may ask me out themselves if they like. Just because they or anyone else tries to put some kind of subtle pressure on me, don't think that I will interpret such pressure as any kind of cue that I must act. I am not going to do that. I speak from experience on this matter.
I've been watching episodes of Season Two of Mike Judge's Tales From the Tour Bus. Season Two covers Funk legends such as George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, and James Brown. I've noticed that whether these men or anyone else in the series behaves in good ways or bad ways, they are all pretty unique individuals. Maybe all of this harassment I perceive myself experiencing from young woman in my world is just the natural by-product of myself being a somewhat unique individual.