Original Sin...is the fault and corruption of the Nature of every man, that naturally is ingengered of the offspring of Adam; whereby man is very far gone from original righteousness and is of his own nature inclined to evil (Article 9 of the Church of England's 39 Articles of Religion).The reason for that suggestion is because of the politically correct doctrine of sin believed by feminists. According to their doctrine, men are originally abusers whereas women are originally victims. Redemption for humankind in PC soteriology is achieved by the male tendency to domination being eliminated by 'progressive' education, or more accurately indoctrination, and women being liberated and empowered.
This dogma has been thoroughly absorbed by the current House of Bishops, hence their guilt about being a 'boys' club' and their sense of spiritual inadequacy without having women present at their meetings. Female empowerment is after all the spiritual cure for fallen maleness, so their PC piety is genuinely offended by the all-male group they belong to.
It is significant here how, as in all ideological victories, language is commandeered by the victors. An all-male body is a boys' club whereas an all-female body is an empowering network.
Jesus had no difficulty with all-male groups. The Gospels record him going on retreats with his all-male group of apostles (cf Mark 6v30-32). His biblical worldview led him to believe that men are no more or less sinful than women and no more or less in need of his redemption.
Jesus' approach is truly liberating. His means that where a particular task in the Church or in society is better achieved by an all-female group or by an all-male group, then that is quite acceptable. The end result of good service for God and people made in his image is what matters rather than the 'gender balance' in the group doing the task.
PC dogma by contrast is restrictive and in fact hypocritical because its adherents are very comfortable with all-female groups when it suits them nor will they insist on inclusive language in certain circumstances.
Those of us who are pastors have a responsibility to counter this destructive, unbiblical ideology in our churches and to instill godly confidence in young men and boys. The secular educational system at least up to GCSE is largely geared against boys and in favour of girls, so we have an uphill counter-cultural task for Christ to achieve here.