It points out what been noticed for a long time: you can have power or love, but you can't have both. And with fallen human nature - in Christianity called Original Sin - both sexes are affected in their relationships with each other.
This wisdom used to be taught. Not anymore.
In fact, society is now set up to encourage women's worst nature. I don't have to explain that, do I?
Women are far more of big children than men. It's why in the past society had found it was necessary to physically discipline women, which is why I make jokes about beating women once a day and twice on Sundays. Or that any man should be allowed to spank any woman if she thinks needs it.
These aren't shit tests women are doing. They don't exist, and certainly not in the sense of testing for "genetic fitness." That's pure hallucination.
But trying to assert power, domination and control over a man? Yeah, that's true for women. It's right there in the first story in the Bible.
And since the whole thing is a cybernetic feedback system (A affects B and then B affects A) - men respond to women's bad behavior with their own - hence the adolescent concept of "Alpha," "plates," "women are loveless hypergamous whores" - the whole bit.
Weak men, just like weak women, desire power, domination and control over others, too. That in fact is what a narcissist/psychopath is, which is why the first accepted definition of an "Alpha" fit almost exactly the definition of a psychopath. (Roissy and Vox Day couldn't figure this out, and seemed to think this childish behavior was an admirable thing).
All these modern problems are the result of ignoring - or not knowing - ancient wisdom. And what we have today is very far from being an accurate restatement of it
By the way, "confidence," which the Manosphere obsesses over, is an integral part of the Four Cardinal Virtues, which were first written down, oh, about 2500 years ago.