Why, divorce, of course:
The singular reason I wish I were actually married to my SO is so I could divorce his fucking ass.
Many would no doubt argue that this woman is an exception, and/or that no fault divorce isn’t about punishing men. However, punishing men who make their wives unhappy is exactly what no fault divorce is designed to do, and everyone from academics to religious leaders is outright delighted by this.
While most will deny seeing no fault divorce as a system to punish men, nearly everyone implicitly acknowledges that no fault divorce is designed to punish men. The ubiquitous retort to complaints about the unfairness of the divorce process for men is:
Prove that the men who lost their children, homes, and assets didn’t deserve to be punished.
It is worth noting that while no fault divorce is undeniably designed to be used to punish men, it is not designed to determine if the man in question is in fact guilty of anything. This is the false veneer of fairness, because every man gets treated the same, guilty or not. Of course in theory women could find themselves being the ones punished, but only in the very rare cases where a woman has taken on the traditional male role of primary breadwinner. Given women’s strong preference for marrying men who out earn them, very few women are at risk of being mistaken for the man by the man-punishing machinery of no fault divorce and the family courts.
See Also: Let them eat cake.