yeah not my experience. guts say women nag but I don't actually experience that. some people do some dont. the stereotype is that this is a pathology of women. men are in no way exempt.
also a lot of guys call someone else attempting to have a rational discussion ' nagging'. not the guy of course. he can bitch but its just him being assertive. women are accused of all sorts of things when they assert an issue. what's commonly called nagging is often just a woman raising an issue. you know not knowing her 'place'. getting too uppity.
you may experience nagging women, but that's a handful of people in the world. we also see things in the way we wold prefer. you may feel superior to other women if you can think of them as nagging. maybe you are passive and want t think of it as positive. not speaking up to you might equate to 'not nagging'.
women generally have to fight harder to get anything done. so it easy to say its too intense, but there's always obstacles. is not really as though you're looking at a completely even playing field.
additionally. men are taught that it is manly to be extremely passive aggressive in relation to women. another issue of keeping ones place. its a way to control things without raising your voice or using violence. . ignoring asn issue. 'withdrawing' taking man space' all are ways of trying to provoke someone else. if you refuse to discuss something and it is important there sill be repeated attempts. tis is then called nagging. instead of one persons failure to act like a responsible adult.
everyone needs space. when men want space they have it dress it up as an important man need. that women are trying to obstruct. by nagging.
imo, I think just the fact you are using the term nagging instead of talking about what actually happens, is indicative of isa prejudice you have. . not a problem yore observing.