"But the ‘punishment’ is part and parcel. A guy needs to be ‘punished’ in those ways because they are restrictive measures. If he loses status, then he can’t have had much/enough to begin with. If he is mocked, then he should be able to either brush it off or answer back. If he is irreparably hurt by a rejection, then he was weak and unworthy of the status he used to possess and the woman he aimed to attain. What I’m getting at is that it’s nor really a fear of ‘punishment’, as it’s the natural order of things. It"’s moreso a fear of consequence, a fear of inadequacy. Women NEED to reject unsuitable men. We need to mock those who try and rise beyond their ranks, warn other women of unsuitable males looking for attention and make it known what we value and don’t value in a man. Perhaps the problem is that there’s no set rules as to what is ‘good’ and what is ‘bad’ in modern society, making it hard to know when you’re in your zone, when you’re treading the line and when you’re out of bounds. Yet, even so, it is a woman’s prerogative, her responsibility, to reject and demoralize weak men. He’s not being punished, he’s being put in his place."
Now that's interesting, because turnabout is fair play. I personally believe unattractive/unpleasant/overweight women (and women in men's jobs, and teachers, and those in HR and social work) need to be brutally humiliated in public, insulted, mocked, treated with contempt and scorn. They should be fired.
So what if the Greeks noticed that humiliating someone in public (the original meaning of Hubris) was something they considered obscene (and it often had a sexual connotation to it) and so was banned from their theater? And they noticed it was followed by Nemesis - revenge.
We're beyond all that! Evo-Psych, you know!
Who even wants to see these skanks in public? They're disgusting and repulsive.
Now if we were to do this, and instead concentrate on attractive, pleasant feminine women, imagine how fast things would change.
There is a concentrated effort to get men to accept disgusting women, i.e. fat, ugly, unpleasant ones.
Ignore that. Pay attention to the good and ignore or attack the evil. Then things will change.
Why be a gentleman at all when women aren't acting like ladies?
What's that other old saying? You reap what you sow?