"What is at odds here is the pagan and Christian conceptions of femininity and virginity. It is the ongoing conflict between light and darkness in Christian Chivalry, between the goddess and the Blessed Mother. There is, of course, a very legitimate sense in which femininity symbolizes the immanent as opposed to the masculine transcendent. God is both. But if he is present to the world it is because he created it from nothing and sustains it in existence, and this means that He is totally other, that is, radically transcendent from that which He creates. This is why God is a He and not a She. Pantheistic religions, on the other hand, give such high value to the feminine, that is, to the goddess, because for them, the divine is radically immanent. It is to be identified with creation. The reading of this immanence leads to the topsy-turviness of radical feminism and the masculine worship of sex. Either way, women are the losers."
--Fr. Angelo in his post Queen of the May