My edit of your post reveals a flaw in your method of logic.
With this metric (based only on cultural imprimatur), women literally are not under the law at all…at least the ninth (or tenth, depending on version).
Originally this commandment forbade male Israelites from having sexual intercourse with the wife of another Israelite; the prohibition did not extend to their own slaves. Sexual intercourse between an Israelite man, married or not, and a woman who was neither married nor betrothed was not considered adultery. This concept of adultery stems from the economic aspect of Israelite marriage whereby the husband has an exclusive right to his wife, whereas the wife, as the husband’s possession, did not have an exclusive right to her husband.
Louis Ginzberg argued that the tenth commandment ( Covet not thy neighbor’s wife ) is directed against a sin which may lead to a trespassing of all Ten Commandments.
This says nothing about a woman, and it says a woman is mans possession. Are you certain you wish to defend such a conclusion? I’d hearken you reconsider your stance with this premise. Culturally, until a mere hundred and fifty years ago, men have always controlled everything-government, religion, war, power, office, land ownership. Do you really believe God intended a “second class citizen” status, forever, for women? Don’t forget that ultimately the concept subjugates Jesus as likewise lesser than the others of the Godhead he is “one” with.