The Mishna, Kidushin chapter 4:
A man cannot be alone with two women, but one woman can be alone with two men.
The Bavli thereon, 80 amud 2:
What's the reason? A Mishna-explainer of the house of Eliyahu [said]: because women, their knowledge (daas) is light upon them.
and a pair of them are easy to seduce.
Now consider D'varim 17:2–3:
If there will be found among you, in one of your gates God your god is giving you, a man or woman who will do the bad in God your god's eyes, to break his treaty, and will go and serve other gods and bow to them, or to the sun or the moon or the legions of the sky, that I commanded not
Ramban thereon (and similarly to 29:17):
It mentions "man or woman" because, due to the lightness of the knowledge (daas) of the woman, she will be seduced to serve idolatry by a sign or wonder done before her. The evidence is the wives in Yirm'ya [44:15].
Now, as to the golden calf, Rashi (Sh'mos 32:4) tells us:
"This is your god, Israel." "This is our god" was not said: [we see] from here that the erev rav who came up from Egypt [12:38] are the ones who gathered against Aharon [32:1] and they are the ones who made it, and then they caused Israel to stray after it.
What was the calf made of? Sh'mos 32:2–3:
Aharon said to them: "Remove the golden rings that are in your wives', sons', and daughters' ears, and bring them to me." So the entire people removed the golden rings that were in their [own] ears and brought [them] to Aharon.
Pirke D'rabi Eliezer (45):
The women heard and did not accept upon themselves to give their rings to their husbands, but told them "you want to make a disgusting thing that has no power to save".
Likewise, K'li Yakar (ad loc. and, more clearly, to 35:22) explains that the men donated the jewelry and the women did not.
Obviously, these are disparate sources, and perhaps each doesn't agree with what the others say. But it seems likely to me that they do (perhaps because all of the above sources are widely known and widely accepted), in which case the question arises:
If women are easy to seduce and particularly to idolatry, how is it that the erev rav's seduction to idolatry failed specifically for the women? Or, if the women are specifically the ones who managed to withstand the erev rav's seduction to idolatry, then why are they called easy to seduce and particularly to idolatry?