This is a logical fallacy of composition. The fact that the Church is the Bride of Christ does NOT mean that each individual member of the Church is ALSO the Bride of Christ.
In other words, no man is the “Bride of Christ.” The role of the Church as the bride of Christ does not extend to us as individuals but rather only to the Church as a whole. This metaphorical relationship ALSO extends, however, to the role that nuns (women) play in holy orders, but never to men as individuals.
But it seems that neither way should be determined by gender, since “there is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” (Gal 3:28)
Even if there are different levels of priesthood, they are both in Christ, and therefore gender distinctions would not be considered in light of the scripture I just quoted.
Sword drills are not the way to understand scripture. We cannot understand a verse of scripture without understanding it in the context in which a particular verse is presented. Galatians 3:28 is part of a discussion of whether or not gentiles could be saved, or if they were subject to conversion to Judaism and Jewish law in order to be saved. The answer is that no, all people can be saved and are NOT subject to the laws of the old covenant to do so.
You have taken a verse which says that all can be saved by the Grace of Christ, and by separating it from its context, you have reinterpreted it to mean that the ethos of creation no longer functions as a natural order. I’m sorry, but I must reject this reinterpretation of Galatians 3 as false…