Are strong women intimidating to men
I think people sometimes wonder if there's a place for men in a religion that has priestesses.
So most of the mainstream, God-centric religions fit men fairly well.
I'm always surprised when people ask that, but it seems a fairly common misconception. There are plenty of men in Wicca, and plenty of philosophical room for men as well. And because of the kind of "masculine values" that God-worship provides.
So obviously the ratio of women to men in Wicca doesn't mean that Wicca is for women and not men, any more than Christianity is. It could be said that most men get their "spiritual needs" met by worshipping a God, because they can see themselves in Divinity.
Women, the Earth, the Moon, the physical body, cycles, and other "feminine" aspects are all revered in Wicca.
This can seem intimidating to men who are raised with values that prize intellect, aggressiveness, and independence above all.