Let's look at how men have largely (and continue to handle) the destructiveness of mainstream dating: The most negatively affected are the losers, of course. For men, those without good jobs or unattractive or shy, they're the incels. Many men including here will blame them for being lazy, blue pilled or well, losers. And there's some merit to that observation. In addition, men compete for women, particularly in the PUA community, so there's an attitude of "I'll get mine first."
Although women are hivemind/social driven creatures, they also may have an opinion that women who don't land the perfect guy are losers but THEY'RE special so perhaps THEY'LL get the ideal man they want. To see themselves as "moral" is ultimately to shatter a narrative of feminist entitlement that's more than a century old. And they'll go into DEEP denial before that happens.
I had hoped this was going to shatter back in the 1990's.
The ultimate is the inversion of evolved, traditional living now into the point mentioned earlier: sex being relatively easy to get, but commitment near impossible. The recognition that it's generally easy, yet so many are outside of the window (pareto distribution) drives men even more mad, just like the young men of the middle east locked out by the sultan harems. It is literally taunting them and with technology/media in your face with sex all the time, it is extremely detrimental for men in the short term, and women (obviously) in the long term since they are induced to lose what is most important: chastity, humility, love, and their youth.