A fashionable word is "simp". It refers to men who allow themselves to be used by women in the hope of receiving favours or approval.
The older meaning of this word is "simpleton", however in current usage, this has been pretty much usurped.
Here is an excerpt from an essay on the origin and meaning of the term.
The internet teen slang simp, as is true of many slang terms that go mainstream, appears to come directly from Black hip-hop slang—and it’s older than you may think.
Hip-hop lyrics from the late 1980s and 1990s were already using simp
as an insult for a men perceived as too subservient to a woman. For
instance, on Ice-T’s 1987 “Our Most Requested Record [Long Version],”
DJ Evil E raps: “Taking out all simps and suckers …” Urban Dictionary
entries in the early 2000–2010s also use simp in this way