A man straight from the bluepill world would think that being sexualized is one of the worst possible experiences a woman can have; after all, it's talked about with a tone of shock and disgust that leaves no doubt, and the charge of sexualizing women is levied against basically every single piece of media there is.
Except... women are obsessed with being sexualized. Female magazines are filled to the brim with tips on how to be sexier, female fashion is designed with the primary goal of making women more sexually appealing (at the expense of everything else, like comfort or convenience), female entertainment largely rotates around romance stories where the protagonist may not necessarily start out sexy but, at some point, will have a moment of revelation where her true beauty emerges.
This has caused some confusion even among feminist authors, as the glaring contradiction can not be totally ignored. So, in perfect female fashion, they made up a rationalization which, also in perfect female fashion, ended up being more revealing than the truth it was meant to hide: "being sexy is empowering!"
Yes, sexy women are "empowered". Empowered to do what? feminists don't really say, because the answer immediately puts the lie to the concept: empowered to attract men, of course. Sexual attractiveness is female power, the primary female power, a truth even feminists acknowledge in their funny little twisted way.
Women crave being sexualized, they desperately want to be sexually desired and go to extreme lengths for that goal. And, what's more, they live in a world where men have been absolutely castrated by feminism, where men hesitate to show even the smallest hint of sexual desire lest they "creep out" women.
This plays enormously to your advantage. A man not afraid of the sexual level of interaction is already playing in a different league than all others. Things like
not being afraid of being in her same space, as most dudes are
not being afraid of physical contact and, during physical contact, not behaving as if continuously apologizing for it, unlike most dudes
not shying away from talk of sex, sexually charged jokes and similar topics
in general, showing through words and actions that you know full well she's a sexual creature who wants to be sexually attractive
All of these will give you an astounding competitive advantage over Joe Average. A man so enlightened has entirely different interactions with women: much more relaxed on both sides, consequently much more pleasurable and fun even if they don't go sexual, and the interaction will far more likely slide towards sexual engagement if that's where you want to take it.
The difference in social dynamics is so stark it gave rise to the old PUA metaphor of the "secret society", the idea that some men operate on a different social level when dealing with women, and to them there are possibilities open which are precluded to all others. This is, of course, exactly true in the metaphorical sense: you don't present a plastic membership card, but you do show that you belong to the "secret society" when you express the frame we discussed.
So what can you do? you can make a choice: belong to the club, or not. Now, of course, there's a little catch: you won't get rid of all those years of BP programming in an instant, like throwing a switch. Choosing to belong to the secret society will take conscious effort: you'll have to stamp out and counteract all those ingrained behaviors stemming from the notion that women don't want to be sexualized; you'll have to put yourself out there, consciously push yourself out of your comfort zone, and engage in the sexual level of interaction. You'll be embarrassed, but the embarrassment will be far less than you imagine, and the rewards indisputably worth it. If you haven't started yet, stop wasting time living a life of sexual frustration and get working.