The woman Folly is loud;
she is undisciplined
and without knowledge.
I have nothing to add to the discussion on women pretending to be priests - Fr. Z and TheLarryD pretty much cover these issues as they arise on their blogs. They do a good job too.
Although I would like to make an observation regarding the photo: How can anyone take their mock 'masses' or pretend 'liturgies' seriously? And why? Such farces* make a mockery of liturgy and ritual - they take the form of religious cult but deny its power, its efficacy, in the process. Their inclusive 'celebrations' are ritualized, politicized, mythologized, new-age minstrel shows, performed by ditzy, barren, lace-curtain hags**. Their mock masses resemble images from the Tarot, rather than the Catholic Mass - wherein they can impersonate and play the part of the Priestess and the Magus - yet they can never, ever act in Persona Christi.
I find no humor in it at all.
*Farce: A ludicrous, empty show; a mockery. - Online Dictionary
**A hag thought of as a 'wizened' old woman, or a kind of fairy or goddess having the appearance of such a woman, often found in folklore and children's tales. Hags are often seen as malevolent, but may also be one of the chosen forms of shapeshifting deities, who are seen as neither wholly beneficent nor malevolent - in other words, barren or sterile, ineffectual. The term appears in Middle English, and was a shortening of hægtesse, an Old English term for witch. As a stock character in fairy or folk tale, the hag shares characteristics with the crone, and the two words are sometimes used as if interchangeable. - Wikipedia