Men’s clothing retailers are starting to get a little more aggressive in their efforts to attract women, even if it means trying to keep up with women who don’t like men’s clothes.

A new survey by the Center for American Progress found that about half of men’s-only clothing stores in the country don’t sell clothing to women and nearly a quarter don’t even have a website.

The survey found that a third of men in the survey said they don’t buy men’s products, and they’re the ones who often struggle to find women to shop at their stores.

When you’re the only one in the store, it’s easier for them to sell to women.

Women who shop in the men’s section at stores that don’t carry men’s brands tend to shop for the same clothes, which they can’t buy online or at their local mall, the survey found.

The majority of men surveyed said they bought clothes in men’s only stores that were either not made for men or weren’t made for them at all.

Men’s clothing is often overlooked, especially in the eyes of women.

According to a 2015 study, women spent an average of four hours per day on the Internet shopping for men’s apparel and men’s accessories, compared to an average time of one hour for women.

And the average shopping time for men was only three minutes per day, compared with two hours for women, according to a 2013 study.

In the study, a survey of 1,200 men and women ages 18 to 34 from the National Center for Men and Families surveyed over 50 stores in four metro areas in Southern California.

This is the first survey to look at the gender breakdown of the shopping habits of men and boys, according with the survey.

The survey asked men and girls to rate their experience shopping online, at a grocery store, at the clothing store, or at a men’s outlet, and the majority of the respondents said they didn’t feel like their experience was as good as the experiences of their female counterparts.

In 2016, Men’s Health surveyed the experience of men online in a survey that found that nearly a third (32 percent) of men said they couldn’t find a female partner online.

That was also the case in the 2016 survey by Pew Research Center.

Men said they were more likely to buy men products that are made for women at a women-only store than at a store that doesn’t carry any men’s items.

Women said they tended to buy the same men’s style clothing at a shopping mall, clothing store or men’s boutique as they would at a man-only shop.

And men are more likely than women to use a men-only discount store for their purchases.

About a third or more of men buying at a Men’s Market in 2016 said that the store’s discount prices are more expensive than comparable brands.

Men who shop online are also more likely and more likely in the age range where they are shopping than women, the report found.

Men are more often shopping in a men and boy section of a store than a women and girl section, according the survey, which also found that men were also more than twice as likely to shop in a women only section as a men section.

Women also reported that men’s retail shopping experience was often worse than that of women, especially online.

About half of women said they never shopped in a store where men could buy men-made goods, according a 2015 survey by Women’s Health.

A third of women surveyed said that women shopping online was better than shopping in the same store.