As a former relgious producer who met many, many clergy in his time, may I just offer the following observations:
a) Those clergy whose view of tradition and holy scripture meant that they opposed women's ordination were often delightful and not at all sexist or misogynistic (also frequently camper than Christmas, including the straight ones but that is another matter)
b) The most intolerant person I ever interviewed was an American religious liberal who believed all the right things that would get him a pat on the back for being tolerant. But he utterly demonised anyone with more conservative views than his.
c) I actually knew the first clergyman to leave the church over women's ordination. He was actually really lovely, just deeply old fashioned in his views. I was also acquainted with the printer of an anarchist publication who picked up on the Revd's opposition to women vicars and printed in his esteemed underground publication that "a swift kicking is surely due". I tend to see those who see it as their job to 'administer a swift kicking' to those with the wrong views as the truly intolerant ones.
d)Twattishness is what twatty people say and do. Often at dinner parties in North London where they don't put a politically correct foot wrong. But they're still twats.
A bit heavy for NB but I always think decent satire should go a little deeper (matron).