The importance of bhikkhuni ordination is something like 0.000000000000000001% compared to the importance of preserving and popularising the true dhamma, the one that is thaught in the suttas.
The true dhamma has pretty much dissappeared ever since monks didn’t need to memorize it anymore. Almost no monk reads suttas in asia and even in the west few do that.
What’s the point of woman ordination or other secondary things when 99.99% buddhist monks in asia are in a way monks of another religion that share some similarieties with buddhism, same as christian monks and nuns ? What’s the point of spending so much effort in this bhikkhuni ordination problem instead of rather investing all that energy into the promotion of the nikayas ?
What’s the point of being outraged about such stuff when here in the west a kindle version of the nikaya that costs nothing to produce and was translated freely by B.Bodhi costs 200$ ? Name me another religion where this has ever happened except scientology. I repeat, name me a single one.
Instead of having people ouraged about that, we have them outraged about other things, forgetting what is by far the most important thing when it comes to buddhism: spreading the dhamma and preserving it, the real one not the fake one.