- The Gemmorah in Taanit 33a says:
"אמר עולא ביראה אמר רבי אלעזר עתיד הקדוש ברוך הוא לעשות מחול לצדיקים והוא יושב ביניהם בגן עדן וכל אחד ואחד מראה באצבעו וכו'"
Ulla of the city of Bira’a said that Rabbi Elazar said: In the future, at the end of days, the Holy One, Blessed be He, will arrange a dance of the righteous (masculine plural), and He will be sitting among them in the Garden of Eden, and each and every one of the righteous (masculine) will point to God with his finger...
This passage could be read in plural masculine and feminine (in Hebrew), but the singular reference is in masculine only (אחד ואחד and not אחד ואחת).
- On the other hand, we do differentiate between righteous men and women in different texts, for example הזכרת נשמות:
"יִזְכּור אֱלהִים נִשְׁמַת אִמִּי מורָתִי...עִם נִשְׁמות אַבְרָהָם יִצְחָק וְיַעֲקב שרָה רִבְקָה רָחֵל וְלֵאָה וְעִם שְׁאָר צַדִּיקִים וְצִדְקָנִיּות שֶׁבְּגַן עֵדֶן.
We have found that not only that G-d is referred to as masculine throughout the scriptures, but some interactions with women are seen as disrespectful for Him (based on Miriam's death)
The Gemmorah in Succah (51-52) discusses the issue of separation of men and women. It brings an interesting statement:
"אמר רב קרא אשכחו ודרוש:
"וספדה הארץ משפחות משפחות לבד" משפחת בית דוד לבד ונשיהם לבד. אמרו והלא דברים ק"ו ומה לעתיד לבא שעוסקין בהספד ואין יצר הרע שולט בהם אמרה תורה אנשים לבד ונשים לבד עכשיו שעסוקין בשמחה ויצה"ר שולט בהם על אחת כמה וכמה
Rav said: They found a verse, and interpreted it homiletically and acted accordingly:
It is stated: “The land will eulogize, each family separately; the family of the house of David separately, and their women separately, the family of the house of Nathan separately, and their women separately” (Zechariah 12:12). This indicates that at the end of days a great eulogy will be organized during which men and women will be separate. They said: And are these matters not inferred a fortiori? If in the future, at the end of days referred to in this prophecy, when people are involved in a great eulogy and consequently the evil inclination does not dominate them, as typically during mourning inappropriate thoughts and conduct are less likely, and nevertheless the Torah says: Men separately and women separately;
From this discussion, we can infer that even in the world to come, there's a separation between men and women.
While the details about the world to come are very unclear (as Rambam says we will not know until it happens, end of Melachim), the Gemmorah mentions Rabbis arriving in different places in the Gan Eden, interacting with one another, with Eliyahoo etc, but I don't recall where the sources mention what happens to women.
I was wondering if anything is said about the future of women in the world to come in general or specifically related to the saying of Ulah.
Do they coexist with their husbands?
Do all women stay in a different place (עזרת נשים)?
Do they unite with the souls of their husbands (even multiple)?
Do they enjoy Shechina in a similar way to what Ulah describes?