The existence of the Women Bishops Steering Committee has come to my attention.
I reckon it’s hard enough becoming a woman bishop as it is (emigration to New Zealand being required, apparently. And then you’ve got that whole “fighting with orcs” business to deal with). But then, after all that, having some committee steering you?
How many times do we have to say this? That whole “women have no sense of direction” thing is a rubbish stereotype. Women bishops don’t need a committee to steer them.
Not least because, assuming there were any men on the committee, they’d all be arguing about which direction they ought to be steering anyway.