One of Gregory Norminton's aphorisms goes 'There are few things less desirable than misdirected desire'.
This is true of both genders I think, but for a host of different reasons it is more likely to be a man doing the misdirecting, at least in modern western society.
However, the story that is seeping through the cracks of the Weinstein scandal is that of the numerous women who might have elected to sign up for Harvey's Faustian pact, presumably to advance their careers. One of the victims has even been dropping hints on twitter about her fellow actresses.
Certain individuals take misdirected desire more as opportunity than threat. This is true of both genders, yet for a host of different reasons, I'd offer in this instance that it is more likely to be a woman doing the taking, at least in modern western society.
Both ends of this analysis can of course be explained in part by the prevailing inequalities between the sexes.
But you have to ask yourself whether the phenomenon itself — and the unevenness I have pinpointed — would vanish completely if this were removed?
Personally I think more women would tend to abuse this more even spread of power, just not quite to the same extent that men have done their less even share of it up to now.