In the weird online world, the masculine reaction against feminism and feminization, has often taken the form of men analyzing what women do (in order, supposedly, for men to be able better to understand and manipulate women).
So, men who purport to desire to re-establish patriarchy, are expending their time and efforts in discussing the opposite sex.
And yet... this kind of thing is exactly what women do!
Back in the day "when men were men", men would never dream of getting together to analyze women - they were just not interested in such gossip.
Men, instead, wanted to talk about things that interested them - work, sports, politics, theology...
That was even the case just 20-plus years ago, when Robin Dunbar was researching his book "Grooming, gossip, and the evolution of language". In his studies, eavesdropping on single sex groups chatting; men talked about their interests; while women talked about social stuff: mostly about... men*.
There was, indeed, a whole evolutionary rationale for this difference in subject matter (to which I made a small contribution).
Indirectly, the biological evidence was that such different interests were broadly adaptive. That is: such differences led to enhanced reproductive success throughout past evolutionary history.
In traditional societies, it was a better reproductive strategy (overall, on average) for men to focus their social interactions on 'the world', and women to focus on people - especially men.
Therefore, I would regard men analyzing women as a Hospital Society phenomenon, consistent with de-differentiation (loss of sexual differentiation) and maladaptation (loss of social and sexual adaptations) - which are plausibly caused by mutation accumulation.
Of course, this does not mean that it is wrong for groups of men to want to analyze women in their online gossip (or IRL), esepcially considering that The West 2023 is not our "environment of evolutionary adaptedness"...
Just that such behaviour is rather... effeminate!
*Briefly to summarize and caricature: men spontaneously talk about men, and so do women.