Hermione says that Polixenes' wife and herself both are ready to take the responsibility for all the sins committed by their husbands only if those sins were committed first with them. This says a lot about how a woman is inculpated for each and every act of her husband. Moreover, a woman tolerates everything if her husband is faithful to her. In these lines, Hermione has referred to the word "sin" and Polixenes, in the preceding lines accuses his wife for enticing him. According to the Bible, engaging in sexual activities before marriage is a sin. No matter what the situation is, a woman is always considered as a temptress. I would want my group to put forward their opinions on the issue of gender playing a pertinent role in demarcating morality.
lest you say Your queen and I are devils. Yet go on.  Th’ offenses we have made you do we’ll answer, If you first sinned with us, and that with us You did continue fault, and that you slipped not With any but with us.
Act 1 Scene 2