The scriptural narratives of how man was created (carved with mud and life was breath into him) is easily relatable because the human brain can relate the story to a sculptor who used the medium of mud to create a human sculptor and with the powers, he blew into it life and praaaa! a man is made.
The stories are not the same for the woman. The popular one has it that she's made out of a man's rib. That requires some degree of faith to take in. A lot of people around our human world hold strongly to this angle. This has it's implications on how women are perceived by men. A tale too common and ugly to repeat.
What is obvious to the eyes is that both men and women are unique in their physical attributes. These uniqueness are complimentary and not basis for judging superiority or inferiority. Our world is replete with evidences that prove that both men and women are capable of just about anything. The potential for good or bad could be found across the sexes.
You must make progress. Grow. Change your retrogressive views about women. Start by appreciating the Girl-Child. Accord her all the needed support to grow and live life instead of surviving. And when you eventually put her in your house as a wife, know that she's your partner and not an object to possess and do anyhow with. You hear?