Women tend to be more co-dependent. They make themselves useful. They post on-topic or they stay out of the way to not be a nuisance.
Men are 2x more likely to be diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder. Not OCD; OCPD. That's where they try to control or correct other people's behaviors to meet their standards. If they don't get their mental illness treated it could worsen to the point that they can't hold a job, let alone a conversation.
You never see homeless women with "the end is nigh" signs. But plenty of women are stereotypical Social Justice Warriors.
The difference of the sexes is what they perceive as their "environment". Women are holistic and see society as a whole. While men focus on individuals that "don't smoke the same cigarettes as me" -- you know that song "I can't get no satisfaction."
Anyways. Fujoshi see gay men as a couple. It's all about the relationship dynamics because they're characters; not people. Men on the other hand will project onto the characters and the visceral experience. A true OCPD case will think all men have the same mind, and that only their bodies distinguish them.
The interesting thing about this sort of psycho-analysis is that it's not new to this century. It's always the chainsmokers who are judgmental. Oral fixation, right? They get irritated when they're not satisfying their cravings. The medieval equivalent to psychology was hermeticism.
The principle of mind was called sulfur, which is connected to genies, being beings of smokeless fire. "Genies" being a permutation of "Genius" - which today you can think of as a shoulder angel. Saying "I'm a genius" back then meant something very different and likely to get you hanged as a heretic. A heretic being the equivalent of a terrorist or murderer. The type of person who was in the crusades but wasn't actually a crusader. They never took vows, so they weren't exactly on the same page as everyone else.