What are you even going on about?I get the feeling you might be a fair bit younger than me, so I'm gonna try and not go all balls-out-vocal on you. So please bear with me (like Yogi).
I feel what you'd be driving at is basically peer-pressure or responsibility getting ascribed to folks themselves, for girls probably or at least seemingly more brutally than for boys - which would amount to being a reality, painfully or harshly so.
But trust me that peer-pressure or any responsibility will get loaded onto folks, be it boys or girls, albeit differently. And with the balance often not hanging in favor of girls, or only really darling perfecty ones - although that in itself would also be relative.
Girls shouldn't get raped. Boys both as girls should get laid, not too fast and not too late, but exactly right, "just like everybody else".
Or in other words: people should only overcome their problems more rather than "causing them" - which is a complete double standard but people will expect other people including themselves to be up to par, instead of having problems no-one should be to have.
Got into debt? Your own damn fault ultimately.
Got the wrong friends? Your own damn fault ultimately.
From a scummy part of town? Than any proper folks may be having their eye on you.
Got a drinking/gambling/whatever problem? Nobody has that when they put their mind to it.
Sex a problem? Going out a problem? Living life a problem? Not for nobody if they put their mind to it.
It won't be bad to try and make the world better. But that'll be on quite a different level than any fiction seeming awefully grim potentially. Because life or reality can be to seem awefully grim potentially. So stories will be about such potentially. Kiddie stories or either growed uppity ones. For girls or either boys. Grim or violent stories aren't merely for glorifying violence. Not in movies not in books and not in comics, generally speaking.
Comics or pop culture isn't advocating rape nor is it propagating to molest or harass or objectify women, but more rather it aims to reflect society and its problems, usually in much an exagerrated way, to popular demand. There might be onesidedness but comics can or would actually amount to being pretty diverse, beyond only popular quick-buck flimsiness.
In this way pop culture would be a lot like life itself: diverse and a lot of perspectives and backgrounds and agegroups and levels of sophistication going on.