A lady here on CI, who I respect, said that"male immodesty tempts feminine women".
In the context of the subject we were discussing: female immodesty in dress, I would answer that women are not tempted to sin in the same way as men are. I would say that male immodesty may attract some women, but I would not say it tempts them to sin.
I'll be blunt, when a man of the world sees a young good looking well figured girl dressed provocatively, they immediately mentally strip her of her clothes and fantisize or begin to plan on how to have relations with them. That is a mortal sin.
"Whosoever shall look on a woman to lust after her, hath already committed adultery with her in his heart" (Matthew 5:28).
For a Catholic man, when they sees such a girl, a temptation, they must turn away and try to get the image out of their minds in order not to sin.
I do not think women have the same problem. I think that women might be attracted by a "a young good looking well figured man dressed provocatively", but they are not tempted to sin as a man is.