Women Nature in Hindu Dharma

📖Srimad Bhagavatam 9.14.37
Women as a class are merciless and cunning. They cannot tolerate even a slight offense. For their own pleasure they can do anything irreligious, and therefore they do not fear killing even a faithful husband or brother.

📖Devi Bhagavata Purana Book 1 Chapter 5 Verses 83-86: Falsehood, vain boldness, craftiness, stupidity, impatience, over-greediness, impurity, and harshness are the natural qualities of women. Owing to that curse, the head of Vasudeva has fallen into the salt ocean. Now I will fix the head on His body as before. O Sura Sattamas! There is another cause, also, regarding this affair. That will bring you great success. In ancient days a famous Daitya, named Hayagrīva practised severe tapasya on the bank of the Sarasvatī river.

📖Manusmriti 2:213-15
It is the very nature of women to corrupt men. It is for this reason that the wise are never unguarded regarding women.— In this world women are capable op leading astray the ignorant, as well as the learned, who becomes a servile follower of desire and passion.— One should not sit alone with his mother, sister or daughter. The powerful host of sense-organs overpowers even the learned.

📖Guruda Purana 1.109.37
O Saunaka, it is true, definitely true that the vaginal passage of a woman begins to secrete profusely on seeing a well dressed man whether a brother or a son.

📖Padma Purana 1.52.19
O Narada, it is true, (quite) true, that the vulva of women becomes moistened on seeing a well-dressed man, whether he is her brother or son.

📖Shiva Purana Section 5 Uma-Samhita Chapter 24 Verses 30-31: O excellent sage, there is another secret of all women that immediately on seeing a man their vaginal passage begins to exude slimy secretions. On seeing a man fresh and clean from his bath with his body perfumed with sweet scents, the vaginal passage of women begins to exude like water dripping from a leather bag.