After Jesus was resurrection and was back in heaven, he still looked like a man. We know this from Revelation. So, if God is neither male or female, why does Jesus, being God the Son, look like a man even in heaven?
In God's creation, a man is in charge, with his lady to help him. So, Jesus showing to be a men shows how Jesus is in charge of all. Jesus Christ is the Lord of all.
But we know how a man's identity really has to do with his character.
So, for order and organization and position, he may have the identity of being a "man".
But, deeper, his real identity has to do with if he is honest and kind and peaceful and a good example of how to love God and be holy and loving with all people.
So, I consider that Jesus being male on the throne is in order to demonstrate He is Head of all power and dominion. It is not mainly about sexual anything. Your sexual part is not what gives you your real identity. And Jesus is not Lord of all because of some male organ on His body, but Jesus is our Lord because of His character that makes Him who He is to our Father. So, His true identity and worthiness has nothing to do with the shape of His body.
And Jesus in His character is loving, obedient to our Father, "gentle and lowly in heart" (in Matthew 11:29), faithful for us, forgiving, caring for us . . . this is what gives our Groom Jesus His real identity: not just His shape of His body, but the contents of His character
And there is imagery to this; it is not, I would say, meant to be taken all the way about every detail, especially not the way worldly people would take this. Worldly people are very concerned about sexual parts, position, power, but not really about how to be in character of love. So, their attention is so much away, elsewhere. They are so about preference for pleasure; so they are so concerned about power and prestige and position and bodily parts that can get them pleasure. Intelligence, charm, ability to communicate, bodily shape and sexual parts all are idols because they help to get pleasure. And so, people can be more concerned about what Jesus looks like, instead of mainly about His character, which of course is His example for us > we need to first be about becoming how Jesus is > "And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us and given Himself for us, an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet-smelling aroma." (Ephesians 5:2) < this is where our attention belongs, so we have Christ's character.
We have how Jesus is our Groom and we are His Bride Church. But this does not mean us guys are all female or males getting married to Jesus who is male. The Groom-Bride image represents how Jesus wants to have full intimacy of loving affection with us, all things in common with us as in marriage. It has nothing to do with sexuality or sexual identity which worldly people can be mainly so about in where their attention goes. True intimacy is deeper, in God's love better than human sexual identity; but humans can make an idol and therefore an identity out of sexual stuff, because of the pleasure involved.
But our intimacy with Jesus is deeper and better than whatsoever our male and female ability and bodily parts can do and have and share. Therefore, because we are deeper, in God's love, we are "neither male nor female" (Galatians 3:28) . . . in our character of God's love. In our character of God's love, we are not male or female; and in God's character He is not male or female. But like the man Adam, God is the source and in control over. But this has to do with order and organization, not with true identity > "God is love" (in John 4:8&16); being love is what has the most to do with God's identity; and love can be in male and female forms
doing different loving things
So, in character of love our Father is not male or female, but God is the best of all that is good. He is not limited to only one or the other. Actually, "female" means having come from male; so female is not really different, but only in position and for order and organization and specialization. "But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord." (2 Corinthians 3:18) So, we all . . . men and women . . . "are being changed into the same image". We all are being changed into the image of Jesus our Groom . . . so that we are compatible with Jesus so we can spend all eternity with Him > "as He is, so are we in this world." (in 1 John 4:17).
So, deeper than our bodily shape is our true identity. It does say things religious can have outward form but "not the very image of the things", in Hebrews 10:1. The "same image", then, is not really our shape and what we show, but the spiritual quality and character of Jesus in us. "'Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment.'" (John 7:24)