My experience with Orthodox Judaism is that it focuses mainly on scare tactics and the suppression of disagreement in order to keep people in line; rather then the noble doctrines of Judaism.
Plus, it is just plain BORING.
All orthodox rabbis do is hand you a big list of don't do this and don't do that with no incentives but rather with scare tactics and the threat of being shunned.
My answer is to change the role of synagogues in the orthodox world so that instead of them being places of supposed spiritual purity (or are they just being a little misogynist?), synagogues should take on the role of a community center where people can hang out, have events hosted that are actually FUN, go on trips that are actually fun, and even be places where guys and girls can talk.
Implementing this idea in synagogues that don't already do stuff along those lines will make Orthodox Judaism a lot less boring. People can acutally enjoy being Jewish on a religious level rather than on an ethnic level alone; as opposed to being handed a big list of don'ts on pain of shunning.