1. I don't see the Lord saying that there are no longer divisions that separate maleness and femaleness. Man has the primacy of leadership & authority by nature, not by Law; woman is the companion & helper of man. God reveals Himself as "Father", "Son", and Holy Spirit - not, as some feminists joke, "Two Boys and a Bird". There's something of Cosmic import in this. It's the only reason I reject women clergy, because otherwise there are compelling reasons to accommodate the idea. 2. Where do you see women bishops? Presbyters? Leaders? When Paul calls a woman a "minister", "ho diakona" with a masculine article, there's no reason to believe that he is referring to leadership. 3. Mary Magdalene reported the Resurrection, and then we do not hear from her again. The Lord used her to deliver the initial message, and then she ceased to be of importance in the Gospels. Your attribution of apostleship to her would have more credit if she was even mentioned in Acts at all. Anyway, there are no Apostles alive today, so what of that? 4. Receiving the truly-consecrated Body and Blood of Christ from the hands of a sinful man who is ordained is indeed better than eating stale bread from a person who has no ability to be ordained - and pretending it's the Body & Blood. I hardly treat a sinful minister as an ideal, however, so that's a strawman.