C. S. Lewis was quite against the ordination of women to the priesthood of the Episcopal Church, the C of E, 70 years ago. Yet not for the reasons you might expect. Not entirely, at any rate. He may be wrong, but at least not in the way prejudice would immediately accuse.
When I am away from Lewis I drift into disagreeing with him in such matters as merely a product of his era. I do recognise that I am also a product of my era, but generally wave that off with the claim that I have already accounted for that. A return to Lewis's actual arguments reveals there remain claims I have not successfully answered and put to rest.