At the beginning of Dr. Tim Patitsas's truly amazing Chapter Five, "Only Priests Can Marry: The Reconciliation of Men and Women in Christ," in his book The Ethics of Beauty: Our concern in this chapter is the mystery of gender, an issue which has become increasingly vexed in our society. A new way of considering gender difference is proposed here which borrows [and transcends] elements from both the 'left-wing' insistence that the genders are interchangeable, and the 'right-wing' assertion that the genders are complementary. This new way is chiasm, wherein men and women, in embracing the cross of Christ within their biologically given genders, come to symbolize each other's vocation while experiencing the transfiguration of their own" (p. 297).
I don't think so. Where is the warrant in Scripture or Tradition for such an argument?