I find it amusing that you believe all men are pussycats and that attitudes to women are changing.
In the year ending March 2020, the UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimated that 4.9 million women had been victims of sexual assault in their lives.
I find it amusing you actually think you can understand me. My cat shares that delusion with you.
Let me help you.
Biology doesn't change much, and while things for women have gotten better, we still have trouble getting people to play nice.
A ways back in this thread, I asked someone what they wanted to actually do. You know, back in the real world? He didn't reply to that.
We don't have a good way to fix that, that I am aware of. Somewhat ironically, rape and privacy are inversely related. In some Asian cities, there is almost no privacy, it's not even a priority to them. People are jammed into small apartments, the walls are thin, and there isn't the sorts of things (like parks and woods) that people use here to get sexual.
We value privacy highly, and most women don't want the government invading their privacy to protect them. They also don't want to be restrained to protect them.
I share your concerns, and I am open to the idea of reform.