In many Torah stories, women are pictured as righteous and thoughtful, either not sinning (Meraglim) or even preventing their husbands (Korach).
In my previous question "visualizing-the-story-of-bnot-moav" I speculated that the men who sinned and were killed were all married. So their wives would surely notice the fact that tens of thousands of men are having affairs. However, I didn't see the Torah mentioning those women protesting or somehow rebuking their husbands.
Why did women go all silent in this Parasha?