“An institution which is for everyone is really for no-one. We should not apply universal standards of ‘inclusion’ and ‘discrimination’ to organisations without regard to their particular purposes.
What do the Church of England’s ordaining women priests, and London clubs’ relaxing their dress codes, have in common? They are both examples of the same problem: they take a peculiar institution and tidy away its peculiarity in the name of rationalisation, or ‘inclusivity’. Why might this be a bad idea?”
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