The "unwritten rules" of women's hoops (which suck, but that's a different point) have always been that the foul is always called on the bigger player. Always. Even Griner, despite being the preeminent superstar of the game, gets the short end of the stick -- she gets beaten up every game with few fouls called on players guarding her (the rationale is "well, they don't have any choice, so we'll let them), but she often ends up in foul trouble just for being bigger than everyone else and being active.
Until Stephanie Dolson came around, and now suddenly she can be violent and oafish, and seemingly never gets called for it. Further, again against the prevailing law of the land, even though she's big, loud, and noticeable -- surefire triggers for most players -- her emotional outbursts (one might say unsportsmanlike profane temper tantrums) never draw Ts. It's absurd.
(For perspective: if Melissa D'Amico were given Dolson's rules, she'd have been one of the dominating centers in basketball, instead she was a marginally okay player who got beaten out as an upperclassman.)