1. Do not focus unduly on her husband. Even though he's a man, he does not tell her what to do in her job. Treat him the same as you do Michelle or Cindy.
2. Do not focus on her looks. I'm sure that many men will have strong opinions about her sex appeal, but it's inappropriate to talk about it in a political forum. Do not go on and on about how she's a "beauty queen". She was in one small-town beauty pageant a great many years ago. It's irrelevant.
3. Lay off the misogynist pejoratives. Whenever a woman emerges in politics, she gets labeled a bitch, a whore, frigid, a ball-breaker, a castrater, a man-eater, submissive, dominating... Don't act out your rape fantasies in demanding that she grovel, give lap-dances, whatever. And please lay off the references to women becoming unstable during their periods or menopause: they don't; and it's offensive.
My last point is just a request. When people do all of the above, as they will, please speak out against it. It is only going to make women support her if they perceive another misogynist gang-up on a female candidate.