By this I mean that it takes the old and familiar traditional tension between the sexes, and then decides to amplify it considerably. There is always the tension between (say) a woman's desire to spend more time with her husband, and his desire to spend some time with his friends (and vice-versa!). A sane compromise would be for the man to spend most of his time at home with family, with some outings to see his male friends and some gathering/mixers. There would be, for example, some men's clubs (no, not the kind often called "gentlemen's clubs") which allowed men only; there might be some male-only gyms, and certainly there would be some gathering of only men. We have a desire to spend time in the company of other men as friends, away from the women-folk, just as women might some times desire to have time separate from the men: this is not merely a question of separate interests.
There are also some habits, which might be ironically called vices but which are generally harmless if practiced in moderation, which men adore and women abhor, that is, which bring relatively harmless pleasure to a man's life but which won't be well-understood by his wife. I can think of a few in my case--most of which I have a happy compromise with my wife concerning--but these will vary from family to family. For some men it's smoking a pipe, for some it's drinking a dram, for some it is a poker night (especially if currency changes hands), for some it's a hobby which the wife does not herself enjoy or understand.