The constraints of society to each sex.

from The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene fiction ~1 min read

Danger and taboo appeal to a repressed side in women, who are supposed to represent a civilizing, moralizing force in culture. Just as a man may fall victim to the Siren through his desire to be free of his sense of masculine responsibility, a woman may succumb to the Rake through her yearning to be free of the constraints of virtue and decency.

—Robert Greene, The Art of Seduction, p. -1