It seems you get it from both sides of the aisle.
On the secular side , a lot of men just have no respect for women. There’s a lot of who will just approach strange women in ways that are not appropriate for an unmarried couple. There’s a lot of guys out there who feel entitled, who act like if they’re “nice” to a woman she owes him, or that if a woman is friendly to him then she’s a “tease” or is “using” him. There’s a lot of guys who feel it’s their right to insult/put down a woman who doesn’t accept him, or even to assault a woman because she’s not giving in to his desires.
On the Christian side, there’s the constant refrains about modesty and how if women would just dress with modesty they wouldn’t be subject to harassment. Or if a guy assaults a woman, how you shouldn’t have been alone with men, you shouldn’t go out drinking or dancing, so on and so forth. I don’t dare bring up such things around most Christians because I know the first questions will be about my behavior and what I might have done to incite things. That seems to be the default assumption in a lot of circles - that if men are sexually inappropriate it is because the woman has done something to incite that behavior.
It’s just depressing.