Oh well, I disagree with you!
I don't see what Robinson's sexuality has to do with this, anyway. An ordination of this type was bound to happen at some time, given that Anglican bishops are not celibate, and that they've been ordaining actively gay Anglican clergy for a while now. Anglicanism is so different from Orthodoxy, and it's my opinion that as Orthodox Christians we need to express that they're not simply two expressions of the same faith. We're otherwise mocking the many individuals who have died for Orthodoxy over the years, and whose faith we inherited. They had more faith in their fingernail than many of us (including me) will ever know.
St Tikhon had good reason to attend Anglican services - in the late 1800s-early 1900s, there was some serious talk, as I understand it, of Anglicanism entering the Orthodox faith. Obviously, never happened. Plus, the Protestant Episcopal Church of the USA did much to help the Russian Orthodox Church get established in America in the late 1800s-early 1900s, as you know. I don't think you'd see St Tikhon visiting a Protestant Episcopal Church in 2003, however
I worship at a relatively conservative, rural OCA parish, so I doubt protestant church leaders will be visiting anytime soon. I agree, Athenagoras went too far ecumenically, and in general I think the Greeks have a habit of doing that. As a half-Greek boy myself, I'm allowed to impugn them
As I get older, I'm developing more and more a strong distaste for feel-good ecumenical dialogues/gatherings.
All the best. No hurt feelings, I pray.
Oct 15, martyr Lucian (+312), Euphemius the New (+889), Bishop John of Suzdal (+1373)