Our forum has this frightfully long thread about the elevation of women bishops in the Church of England, and the fierce resistance there:
The Episcopalians ordained women in 1974, and the English didn't get there until 1994, so it's not surprising that they may be 20 years behind. And in the Catholic Church, there is the Womenpriests Movement, which many say has the Roman hierarchy's undies all
in a bunch. And I hear there are some Protestant churches that still won't consider it.
Honestly, this White Male Heterosexual EuroAmerican Privilege thing gets way out of hand, sometimes. Glad I'm not one of them,
well, not so's I'll admit to it, anyway.
Peace and Love, and I'll sign off before I
start to pontificate, Bruce Chris