What feminists can learn from religion

I was reading the following article which I found interestong

https://news.bahai.org/story/1597/

I found it interesting that:

1. It doesn’t demonize men through terms like ‘patriarchy,’ ‘male privilege,’ ‘toxic masculinity,’ etc. 

2. It takes as an example of inequality that in families in which siblings share a common electronic device, parents will sometimes restrict the girl’s access to the device more than they will the boys. 

Bear in mind that probably all religions teach sexual chastity and discourage divorce except for very good reason . At least some religions teach abstinence from mind-altering substances like alcohol which can further reduce the risk of violence including sexual violence between the sexes.

As a result, within religious communities, education about the equality of the sexes revolves around minor matters like unequal access to electronic devices between siblings.

Unfortunately, female promiscuity increases the risk of a woman being raped and of a woman habituated to promiscuity becoming more sexually aggressive and coercive towards a male acquaintance who does not want sex.

And yes, male promiscuity increases the risk of a man being sexually assaulted and of a man habituated to promiscuity become more sexually aggressive and coercive towards a female acquaintance who does not want sex.

In short, promiscuity in either sex can contribute to sexual trauma in both sexes which, on a large societal scale, can contribute to political sex wars.

Fortunately, society does talk about the problem of male promiscuity and aggressive sexual behaviour and their contribution to making a man more vulnerable to sexual coercion or assault by a woman, to trauma and trauma-related illnesses, to raping a woman, or to contributing to an unplanned pregnancy outside of a marriage and the problems that these can cause. 

Unfortunately, we as a society talk little about how female promiscuity and aggressive sexual behaviour contribute to the same problems.

How can men’s-rights activists make feminists aware of how female promiscuity and aggressive sexual behaviour cause just as much harm to society as male promiscuity and aggressive sexual behaviour do without feminists feeling like we’re somehow targeting them exclusively while exempting men from the same standards?

What feminists can learn from religion