Not to worry. I wasn't criticising, but merely expressing my confusion.
I don't think it's a matter of rights, for male or female. Nobody has the right to be ordained - it is a Sacramental reality which is in response to a call by God, for which only men are possible candidates.
A bishop could perform the entire rite of ordination, with all of the anointings and all of the prayers, and even vest her as a priest, but nothing would happen - the Sacrament would not be conferred, not because women are in any way deficient as human beings and Gods children, for they are not. Women have a valid ministry in the Church and sometimes are much better than men are in our ministries, but this isn't simply a question of ministry - this is a question of the effectualness of the Sacrament.
A bishop performing the rite of ordination on a woman would be much the same as a priest offering the Mass but using a chocolate bar instead of bread: nothing would happen.
I have posted some thoughts about the recent CofE decision in my blog