I appreciate this topic. I've seen chruches that have women's ministries that dealt with it, as mentioned above; I've also seen churches that had no women's ministry, in which the Pastor did say something from the pulpit--very risky, bold, and unpopular, in today's age. Definitely a price to pay for that--during the blessing, that is!
I've had to leave church services in which the women were "going for it". I've also brought it up to people, who responded as though I were the only one out of line, and as though I were accusing the women of being less than I, evil in purpose, etc. and I was intimidated out of saying any more--for fear of accusation, and even lawsuit.