As combat appears to be one way of ending pon farr and restoring a Vulcan's sanity, I seriously doubt that Vorik would have continued to try to force B'elanna into anything afterwards even if he had won either against her or Paris. With his sanity restored, I'm certain he would have respected her wishes. Perhaps he might have insisted had she been Vulcan, but as she isn't, I can't see him pushing for something she clearly didn't want.
I guess that's why I find it a little harsh when people make him out to be some sort of villian.
You know it's because no one wants Vorik lusting after them. If Spock behaved like this it would be totally cool because many people want Spock lusting after them.
Yes it's a double standard
No one complained that T'Pol was creepy when she was in her artificially induced Pon Farr throwing herself at all the men.