From those, and similar, passages, I get the distinct impression Paul didn't like women very much. And after studying some of his other writings as well to get a bigger picture of who Paul really was...I also get the feeling Paul didn't "like" women either. But that's another topic. Even Paul got it right once in a while: Galatians 3:28 "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." Okay, then Paul, if men and women are all one in Christ Jesus, then why do you keep treating women as subservient and second class?
OTOH, Jesus treated women with compassion and inclusion, in a way that was totally outside the norm for Jewish society in that time and place. He spoke to women publicly (even foreign women that the Jews despised), included women in his ministry, had women that were close friends, spoke up for the woman caught in adultery and the sinful woman (presumed a prostitute) who washed his feet with her tears.