Wait what? I'm excluding more than 99 percent of people. And I see no problem with that.
There are two problems. The first is that you must now find a way of locating the rare person you'd be interested in (the internet is a lot less useful in this regard than people seem to think) and the second is you must have attractions for them. I think you will find many of the traits you'd like in a man are also traits other women would like, so such a man has a lot of choices. Women get very competitive over the best men.
Life ain't fair and it ain't equivalent for men and women in relationships. Say a guy is tall, fit, reasonably handsome, intelligent, with a good job and a kindly, easy-going nature. If he manages somehow to make it into his 20's without getting attached he'll have women swarming him.
The equivalent woman will have to hustle to get a minimally decent guy without serious flaws. That's the market, supply and demand.
That's why I think this tread keys into the other one. Women's expectations have risen with their wider social horizon but the quality of man they now demand as commensurate with their accomplishments has become rarer than ever.