• Stop making it a big deal. The more importance you place on what others think, the crazier it'll make you.
  • Just talk to them. Start by finding a woman who you do not find attractive, someone who is a nice person but in whom you find no attraction...then go talk to her. Learn how to talk to the attractive ones by spending time working on your skills with those who do not attract you.
  • just relax. what does it matter if anyone thinks you're gay? in that same line of thinking- what's the worse that could happen? a girl isn't interested in you, and so she doesn't talk to you? just treat women like equals, not some prize that must be placed on a pedastal. don't worry about earning their approval.
  • There is only one way: practice, practice and more practice. Talk to them regardless of their status, age, situation, etc. Talk to them about anything. You will soon find out that it is easy. All you have to do is be yourself and not try to be somebody else. This is the path I took when I was in the same shoes as you are.
  • It is not important, what they think of you, is it important, what you think of you. Do you know why you are so uncomfortable around women?
  • Go find the hottest girl in the room and strike up a conversation with her. Be yourself. Be honest. If you are funny tell her jokes. Whatever, just chat. After a minute make an excuse and leave. Next time chat for a little longer, the time after that longer still. You get the idea - right? Take baby steps. It's just like any other phobia, you just have to face it to get over it.
  • 2-26-2017 Take acting classes at the local college. Go to a book store and ask for Elizabeth Browning. Memorize a few pieces.
  • Most girls like shy guys so you might just want to wave and smile or something's like that👍🏻
  • Just let them, at least you know who you are. Enjoy your life without thinking what others think of you.
  • Try to forget what adult females unwittingly taught you when you were very young. Let it all go and be yourself with no pretense.

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