It is interesting that so much of what happens at the [Episcopalian] General Conventions revolves around sexual issues. Sexual behavior, almost more than any other facet of our lives, involves an urge to do what we want to do, regardless of the rules. The Primal Episcopalian, Henry VIII, split with Rome because he wanted to do what he wanted to do with regard to a sexual issue. Women were allowed to be ordained because, well, women wanted to be priests.
Am I missing something about how wanting to be a priest is a sexual issue? Except if you’re a male Catholic, I mean.
The whole post is pretty hilarious.