Men, yesterday and today, in Judaism, were tasked with carrying the heaviest burden of Torah. It was not only an obligation but also a mandatory service. If, due to a temporary heated disagreement, a man’s testicles were crushed and this disqualified him from serving HaShem, blessed be His name, it would create a significant void in fulfilling the unity of Echad – being one with HaShem and the nation of Israel. Therefore, even though the woman’s intention was to protect her husband from a physical altercation, she would indirectly harm and disqualify a man from honoring and serving HaShem. As a result, she would be required to pay him damages, which he would have earned as a priest.