No, and it can be dangerous.
It's got nothing to do with gender. If someone 'chooses' to be in the fog, that's where they'll stay.
Why it's dangerous is because I gave her my entire perspective and the advice I was getting which she used to further manipulate the situation. It almost always backfires when a WS is remorseless. They can get to understand what advice the BS is getting and adjust their play book to feign remorse or some form of false R yet choose to not actually internalise the message.
At some level, there is justification for their behaviour just as there was justification for the A. Detaching and 180 are the only viable options for a BS who's got a remorseless spouse about 2-3 weeks out from DDay.
It's never clear cut as most people generally fall in between extreme fog and complete clarity at DDay itself. I'd still say, trying to help a WS 'get it' is a futile attempt, time better spent in healing oneself and not looking at the WS for any help. If they come to you with a 'we can work this' attitude and you can see consistent and sincere attempts at wanting to R, then by all means share the info/forums/articles etc...