Church of England Progressively Allows Women The Right to Deny Gays Marriage
YORK, England - The Church of England consecrated its first female bishop in history this week, signaling a new era where men and women of the church are able to discriminate as equals. Reverend Libby Lane, now Bishop of Stockport, courageously led the church into the 21st century by allowing a committee of old white men in robes to vote on her competence inside a gothic cathedral constructed in 1408.
“It’s about high time the Church of England allowed women the right to preach bigotry to the masses, just as men have been doing for centuries,“ said a spokesman for the House of Bishops.
According to an anonymous source close to the Church, the House of Bishops has plans to welcome many more women to their ranks in the near future, and soon will wonder how it ever managed to discriminate without them.