I could be wrong - it's been known to happen - but from memory the Revelator speaks of men being "defiled" by women, and are being praised for thus being virgins. He uses disparaging expressions such as "Jezebel" when any number of men could have been used as illustration, and he sees a woman as the seducer, the harlot. He was speaking of Rome and I do not think that it was a matriarchal society that would provide him with a female temptress.
I am aware that he speaks of a woman going into the wilderness with her child but off the top of my (bald) head I do not recall where he obtained that imagery.
Sorry to be so vague, but any thoughts are absolutely most welcome, and if I am to be corrected, so be it.
You would have to wonder what cosmology the writer(s) had in mind when describing the descent of the New Jerusalem, but the picture from Genesis is that the sky is solid with windows; water was stored above this solid sky and rain fell when the widows were opened. God sat on his throne in the third heaven just above the firmament (sky) keeping an eye on proceedings. The earth was a disc with pillars at the edge holding up the sky and the dead went to the waters beneath the earth (conduct a Google Image search for Hebrew cosmology).
As you say, the imagery is that the New Jerusalem is a "bride" but I think the WTS has only males in that city (or that the term "New Jerusalem" means the 144,000 males. Now I am not homophobic but the imagery is interesting.
As a complete aside, following the destruction of the city of London in 1666, it was rebuilt by people who anticipated that London was to be the New Jerusalem. Even as late as 1918, many Brits saw themselves as the true Israelites, their expectations heightened with the Balfour agreement.
One significant British Israelite was Piazzi Smyth, from whom Russell got his pyramidology.