But where has the OP ever done this? The OP asked for clarification how the term "dhammic" is to be understood, offering a number of examples of how it might be meant. "Leading to nibbana" was just one example. Thank you, Master DooDoot, for giving us an answer.
28. The Aims of People wrote:
Once the brahmin Jāṇussoṇi approached the Blessed One and asked:
“What, Master Gotama, is a noble’s aim, what is his quest, his mainstay, his desire and his ideal?” 
“Wealth, O brahmin, is a noble’s aim, his quest is for knowledge, his mainstay is power, his desire is to rule the earth and his ideal is sovereignty.” 
“And what, Master Gotama, is a brahmin’s aim?”
“Wealth, O brahmin, is a brahmin’s aim, his quest is for knowledge, his mainstay is his sacred texts, his desire is for sacrifices and his ideal is the Brahma-world.”
“And what, Master Gotama, is a householder’s aim?”
“Wealth, O brahmin, is a householder’s aim, his quest is for knowledge, his mainstay is his craft, his desire is for work and his ideal is to bring his work to an end.”
“And what Master Gotama, is a woman’s aim?”
“A man, O brahmin, is a woman’s aim, her quest is for adornments, her mainstay is sons,  her desire is to be without a co-wife and her ideal is domination.”
“And what, Master Gotama, is a thief’s aim?”
“Robbery, O brahmin, is a thief’s aim, his quest is for a hiding-place, his mainstay is weapons, his desire is darkness, and his ideal is not to be found out.”
“And what, Master Gotama, is an ascetic’s aim?”
“Patience and purity, O brahmin, are an ascetic’s aim, his quest is for knowledge, his mainstay is virtue, his desire is to be unencumbered and his ideal is Nibbāna.”
“It is wonderful, Master Gotama! It is marvellous, Master Gotama! Truly, Master Gotama knows the aim, quest, mainstay, desire, and ideal of nobles, brahmins, householders, women, thieves and ascetics. Excellent, Master Gotama!… Let Master Gotama accept me as a lay follower who has gone for refuge from this day until life’s end.”
It is still not apparent to me how most of the "aims of people" listed here, which presumably are meant to apply to various different classes of men, are less "dhammic" than those listed for women in this same list.DooDoot wrote: ↑Wed May 15, 2019 1:13 amAll Indian religions teach "dharma" but not all Indian religions teach "Nibbana". What is "dhammic" also includes that which "maintains" or "sustains" individuals & societies from falling in lower realms or degeneration. In short, in this worldly sphere (unrelated to Nibbana), what is "dhammic" includes sexual morality. Using Indian language, the religions of Judaism, Confucianism, Christianity, Islam, etc, are also "dhammic".
I don't see how making babies and raising them, together with a long-term partner to dominate, maintains or sustains individuals and societies from falling into lower realms of degeneration, more so than maybe a brahmin whose ideal is the Brahma world and behaves accordingly, or a worker who wants to finish his work.
But apparently you did not mean that women generally tend to have more "dhammic" aims than men, as you clarified later:
This was not clear to me from your initial statement which I understood to be meant in more general terms. "As I posted" does not really appear to be the case.