Nope. I'd be just about the *last* person to want to penalize someone for being socially awkward, because... hey, aspie here. I'm probably more socially awkward than you are.
What unattractive and socially awkward men *do* need to do is 1. learn to take no for an answer, gracefully (or, at least, with a certain minimum of politeness--pouting and sulking is annoying but acceptable, harassing or assaulting is not), and 2. not act like the women who reject them are somehow evil or bad or wrong for doing so.
Even my fellow aspies can *work* on being less socially awkward (if only by learning a few acceptable "scripts" for dealing with social encounters). And, often, even "unattractive" can be worked on--dress a little better, get someone to advise you on the best haircut and (if necessary) glasses for your face shape, get treated for your acne, stand up straight, smile, and so on. That kind of thing... it's not going to take a "1" to a "10", but can be enough to, say, raise a "4" to a "7".
Another piece of advice I offer to those with trouble dating is... get a hobby. Interested people are more likely to be interesting people.