According to the Bible, it would appear that way. For example, in the following helpful verse, it appears that lust is limited to men only.
“But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” (Matthew 5:28)
Needles to say, I believe most of our historical books and references were written from the standpoint of a man— male superiority.
Here is another excerpt that Roy K. discusses as a useful technique.
“Learn to give instead of take. This technique worked on lust too. Whenever I’d catch a likely image in the corner of my eye, instead of obeying the impulse to look and drink, I’d keep looking straight ahead while praying for that person. It might be a simple, God bless her and give her what she needs. Or, depending on the intensity of the lust stimulus, it might be more fervent: God bless her and make her a blessing”(SA WB pg. )
So, my conclusion is…