Join a WOMENS riding club!
The best advice I got (from the MSF instructor) was to join a riding club. I took it a step further and found a local chapter of Women In The Wind, an international women's riding club. Women are more nurturing, more patient by our nature than guys. Back in '05 when I was scared to death to ride my first bike, a Honda 600 I bought after the MSF course, the women in the club gave me so much confidence and guidance.
Our organization welcomes "newbie" riders and helps her build confidence and improve her skills. We were all new riders at one time, and we still laugh at the mistakes we made (and still make), as the beginning riders who read this will do.
One more thing... ok, three. #1 - Take a safety course; your man will teach you all of his bad habits if you rely on him to teach you. #2 Proper gear is a MUST, even though it might not look as cool or sexy. Your skin looks better on you than on the road. #3 You *will* drop your bike at some point in time. Learn to pick it up yourself or have some help, and get back on. Anyone who says they never dropped their bike is either lying or hasn't done it -- yet! And you'll usually do it while in a slow turn, or at bike night in front of all the guys, ha ha ha!!!
See you on the road!