That's why some of us prefer spaces where we can pull through two spaces. All the ease and convenience of pulling forward in to a parking spot, plus the safety advantage of pulling forward out of the parking spot. You can see where you are going and are much less likely to hit someone or something.
Doing a pull-through has its own risks and is not any better than the alternatives. I've been surprised, on at least two occasions, by someone pulling through a parking space that I was trying to enter.
Well, it is true that you have to be careful when doing a pull-through in a crowded lot. I usually park way out on the fringes of parking lots, where there are no other cars. You can see if another car is headed towards the same space you are.
I do this because even though I am pretty darn good at backing into a space, it does take a few seconds longer than pulling into a space. And other drivers are usually not very tolerant of someone taking those few extra seconds. I've had horns honked at me, swear words yelled at me, that sort of thing. All of which startle me and throw me off guard and make me take longer to finish backing in, because I have to calm down.
I've been in two traffic accidents in my life. Both were in parking lots, where my car was hit by a car driven by an inattentive driver. I'm a bit paranoid in parking lots, to tell the truth.
At least the walk from from far corners of the parking lot gives me a little exercise.