It's too soon to put us on the spot and start demanding solutions. There are too many wounds to heal, too much trust to mend, too much power still left to reclaim from having demands and solutions thrust upon us. Not enough time has passed where our men have simply put down their tools and listened, shown us that they are willing to sit through and bear witness to the pain and anger, to sit still in the rising tide of the mother returning to her power because of their deep knowing that after the storm, the fury, is the most complete beauty they will ever know. Only then, when she has been shown who is still with her, will it be time to pick back up your tools.
Be very conscious of how terrifying it is for your woman to be truly seen in the world. Honor her walls- they have served a great purpose. Know the paradox that is integral to the essence of the feminine- you will only be heard if you whisper, the walls will only become stronger if you try to take them down yourself. The only way she will fell truly safe- with you and with the world- is if she is the one that takes them down. But you, our men, you must sit on your hands and watch. You must be able to see when there are bricks coming down, when we are creating openings for us to shine through to you. Never is this permission to jump in and help us. We don't need rescuing. We need- your woman needs- to see your patience and faith that more will come, your appreciation of what is being shared, the beauty that is slowly coming through.
Your woman is desperate to trust you, to feel safe. But everything you have been taught to do or be as a man has kept this mystery in hiding. The lesson is now the unknown. Can you sit without the security of tools or solutions, and just listen? Can you relish in your goddess's glory and beauty without giving her guidance? Can you trust that we will love you, appreciate your gifts as they come to us in clear sight and intention?
First, you must stop what you are doing and truly, deeply see your woman. Don't come at her with tools- she's worn and beaten down from that. Show her you trust her way of knowing by leaning into the discomfort of your uncertainty. It's much more important than clinging desperately to what you know.