Let's define that the state of "fuck up" is represented by the variable x. With no other defining conditions, x can be considered to be in a neutral state, such as deionized atoms. Now, let's state that "being fucked up" is a negative value (-x), because the force vectors of a negative charge point inward and, clearly, the "fuck up" is being applied to the woman here, going inward. Conversely, "fucking up" is a positive value (+x) as men are expelling the "fuck up" towards something else, meaning that the force vector of the charge is pointing outward.
Now, if you place two equal but oppositely charged particles beside each other, the force vectors of their fields will cancel out in between them. This means that if you place one woman (-x) with one man (x), then the effect of the x field x will be 0. Therefore, if the x charge of each individual in the relationship is equal, then your statement is consequently a correct analysis of the individuals, but an incorrect analysis of the dynamic of the relationship.