The pussy pass refers to a tendency for both men and women to treat women more leniently than men. This is closely related to the well established tendencies for both men and women to have more empathy for women, to have a tendency to believe women over men and to view women more favourably than men.
The pussy pass is well established in the criminal justice system in, at least, Western nations. Sonja Starr from the University of Michigan, for example, demonstrated that gender sentencing disparities in US federal court cases were six times higher than black-white racial disparities. Feminists used to claim that women were treated more harshly in the criminal justice system until research showed the opposite was true. They then went silent on the matter.
The pussy pass is a result of gynocentrism.