there is a fun piece in Anglicans On Line this week drawing comparisons between the Church of England, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Grand Order of Moose (no, me neither, but I should have), with particular reference to the ability of women to hold office and to the response to ill-doing within the ranks of those bodies. You can read it here, and while it is amusing in a way, the point it makes is serious. In particular, it refers to the "angry old men" who (this last is my own view) hate women, and cover their hate with supposed "arguments" against allowing women to hold office.
Just look back a little, you don't have to go far back, and remember that until 1961 female civli servants in the UK had to resign when they married. Until at least the 1950s most female teachers were unmarried, not because they were dedicated spinsters married to their vocation, but because if they married they very often lost their jobs. Many of them pretended to be single, and lived covertly with a partner to whom they were not married. Women were not allowed to be ordained in the Church of England unti lthe 1990s. There was a furious row at the time, but the Church remained strong, there are a great many women priests, and no lightning bolt came from heaven. I am no theologian, but it is worth noting that according to the Gospels the first apostle was a woman. Mary Magdalene. Look it up. Apostle to the apostles.