Women's greatest sins are two: hubris ("you shall be like God") and envy (the serpent is symbol of envy).
It think it's best to consider Adam and Eve about four years old, and four-year-olds tend to see everything as black or white: good or evil. So the serpent's promise to them to "know good and evil" is to know that narcissistic either all-good or all-bad. Which of course is hubris. It explains Jung's observation that women's greatest flaw is to think they are always right.
Women desire that which they should not have, i.e. to be God-like. To think they are always right, which means they believe they try to change things to suit themselves.
Hubris, for one thing, means you think you can improve things ("All tyrants call themselves benefactors") even though you can't, and envy causes you to think everyone should the the same by leveling them.
So women meddle in things which they should not, and think they can improve things by leveling and making people "equal."
This means why women want to enter men's spaces (out of envy) and then want to change them to suit themselves (since they think everyone must be "equal," which means dragging men down to their level).
The logical conclusion of all hubris and envy: everything is damaged and destroyed.