St. Thomas Aquinas lived from 1225 to 1274 and wrote the Summa Theologica.
One thing he's saying here is that men are more rational than women and women are led by their feelings. And that women sin more than men in adultery.
I'll say it again: there is nothing new in the Manosphere. Far greater men than me have thought about people and human nature for thousands of years. Try the wisdom in the Bible sometimes. And Marcus Aurelius St. Augustine and a bunch of other people.
As I noticed a few posts ago, even Florence Nightingale said women lack sympathy.
"Accordingly if we consider that which is common to adultery and fornication, the sin of the husband and that of the wife are compared the one to the other as that which exceeds to that which is exceeded, for in women the humors are more abundant, wherefore they are more inclined to be led by their concupiscences, whereas in man there is abundance of heat which excites concupiscence. Simply speaking, however, other things being equal, a man sins more grievously in simple fornication than a woman, because he has more of the good of reason, which prevails over all movements of bodily passions. But as regards the lesion to marriage which adultery adds to fornication and for which reason it is an occasion for divorce, the woman sins more grievously than the man, as appears from what we have said above. And since it is more grievous than simple fornication, it follows that, simply speaking, the adulterous wife sins more grievously than the adulterous husband, other things being equal."