Respect them enough to think they can handle a woman in leadership. That they won't be thrown off by a female preacher.
That they aren't all hopelessly messy, in desperate need of a wife to domesticate them.
That men won't scared out of church if there are women there, even if they are leading some things.
That men can, and are, living into their callings and also encouraging women to pursue what God is calling them to do, not as sidekicks but as partners in bringing God's kingdom to all the earth (back to Gen. 1).
That men don't want women to downplay their (women's) strengths and intelligence.
I've heard the opposite of all these things, either in conversation or from a pulpit. Sometimes more times than I can remember throwing up.
It seems that many stereotypes and prototypes that have limited women's roles hurt men just as much.
I'm not saying what I'm not saying (i.e. I'm not implying that men and women don't need each other. Not defining men and women's roles... not even touching that).
Just sayin' --give men more credit.