There are three problems with this ideology, Neptune...
1. You are treating men and women differently. In your narrative, women are always vulnerable and passive; men are always the aggressor. In every encounter, it is the man who has the responsibility. Do you accept that women do take initiative in sexual encounters, and do make unwanted advances?
If every unwanted touch, or sexual encounter, or or awkward advance is harrassment, then women are very often the harassers themselves. We are adults. Men and women flirt. Men and women seek out relationships. Sometimes things are awkward, and sometimes things get uncomfortable.
Treating adult women as passive, vulnerable targets of men's aggression is neither realistic nor good for equality.
2. You are unwilling to make a distinction between someone with no power being forced to have sex against her will with someone who has equal power being asked for sex.
Bill Cosby criminally raped women using drugs. Weinstein used his direct power to make a women successful or make her fail. We all agree that these men deserve whatever happens to them. If MeToo were about ending this... I would be cheering.
To use this in a narrative that men, and only men, are "toxic" is unreasonable. An unwanted sexual advance between peers can be uncomfortable. It isn't the same thing. Bad dates, stupid jokes, uncomfortable interactions... these things happen with both men and women.
3. You don't know any of the facts, and yet you talk as if you know exactly what happened. This is the dictionary definition of "prejudice", you are basing your feelings and emotions on your preexisting narrative of what must have happened.
Public shaming is not a way to get to justice. It is a trial of outrage played out in public media where one side gets believed without question and the other side is presumed guilty. There is no questioning, no nuance and no attempt to understand more than one side of the story.
The problem here is extremism.