In a now classical approach one would ask, are there any Sutta refferences to this?
I appreciate the humour, thought I think a lot of suttas deal with this in one way or another. I think that the peer pressure on young people of both genders has been magnified in recent years. Social media platforms and a pervasive cult of celebrity contribute, so that every aspect of a person is discussed, heightened, observed and emphasised way beyond where it should (healthily) be. I guess 'the underlying conceit to self' is constantly fed in a manner which could not have been envisaged years ago. The Red Pill etc are part of this overall strudel - feeding Dukkha - providing a quick-fix solution for some isolated young men to vent off and develop a whole world view around their resentment.
This isn't in any way to detract from the genuine pain that some people feel. The college I work for has strategies in place to deal with suicides of young people of both genders, which is disturbing and tragic. My wife teaches school kids who are on medication for depression - kids who on the face of it seem confident - many of whom also self-harm. There is a genuine displacement of people in the industrialised world who question their place (or even if they have one) in life and it's a massive issue that modern brand-slave consumerism and snappy-slogan politics is not up to addressing.
Buddha located the core of this pain, though admittedly for non-Buddhists that may seem like confirmation bias, it isn't. Which comes back around to the suttas I guess.
Sorry, I know that's not what you meant but...
I found a few:
"Bhikkhus, women die unsatisfied and discontent in two things.
What two? Sexual intercourse and giving birth. Women die
unsatisfied and discontent in these two things."
AN 3.129 (7) Anuruddha (1)
"Then the Venerable Anuruddha approached the Blessed One,
paid homage to him, sat down to one side, and said: "Now,
Bhante, with the di vine eye, which is purified and surpasses
the human, I see that women, with the breakup of the body,
after death, are mostly reborn in the plane of misery, in a bad
destination, in the lower world, in hell. What qualities does a
woman possess on account of which, with the breakup of the
body, after death, she is reborn in the plane of- misery, in a bad
destination, in the lower world, in hell?"
"When she possesses three qualities, Anuruddha, with the
breakup of the body, after death, a woman is reborn in the
plane of misery, in a bad destination, in the lower world, in
hell. What three?
(1) "Here, Anuruddha, in the morning a woman dwells at
home with a mind obsessed by the stain of miserliness. (2) At
midday she dwells at home with a mind obsessed by envy. (3)
And in the evening she dwells at home with a mind obsessed by
sensual lust. When she possesses these three qualities, with the
breakup of the body, after death, a woman is reborn in the plane'
of misery, in a bad destination, in the lower world, in hell."
AN 3.131 (9) Concealed
"Bhikkhus, there are these three things that flou rish when conc
e a led /n o t when exposed. What three? (I ) Women flourish
when concealed, not when exposed."
AN 5.80 (10) Kamboja
On one occasion the Blessed One was dwelling at Kosambl
in Ghosita's Park. Then the Venerable Ananda approached
the Blessed One, paid homage to him, sat down to one side,
and said: "Bhante, why is it that women do not sit in council, or engage
in business, or go to Kamboja?"
"Ananda, women are prone to anger; women are envious; 
women are miserly; women are unwise. This is why women do
not sit in council, engage in business, or go to Kamboja."
"Bhikkhus, while walking, a woman obsesses the mind
of a man; while s tan d in g . . . while sitting .... while lying
down . . . while laughing . . . while speaking . . . while singing
. : . while crying a woman obsesses the mind of a man. When
swollen,1052 too, a woman obsesses the mind of a man. Even
when dead, a woman obsesses the mind of a man. If, bhikkhus,
one could rightly say of anything: 'Entirely a snare of M a ra / it
is precisely of women that one could say this."1053 
One might talk with a murderous foe,
one might talk with an evil spirit,
one might even approach a viper
whose bite means certain death;
but with a woman, one to one,
one should never talk.
They bind one whose mind is muddled
with a glance and a smile,
with their dress in disarray,
and with gentle speech.
It is not safe to approach such a person
though she is swollen and dead.
These five objects of sensual pleasure
are seen in a woman's body:
forms, sounds, tastes, and odours,
and also delightful touches.
Even if the flesh & blood in my body dry up, leaving just the skin, tendons, & bones, I will use all my human firmness, human persistence and human striving. There will be no relaxing my persistence until I am the first of my generation to attain full awakening in this lifetime. ed. AN 2.5