Some say that if people were perfect, then we would have no need to give equal standing to everyone because there would be no condition of unrighteous behavior. That said, we all recognize that we are imperfect and can exploit or subjugate each other, which is why we place everyone on equal ground in civil law.
In the religious realm, the male-only Mormon priesthood policy reflects a perfect idea. However, the Mormon church should not support any policy that depends upon perfection in mortal, imperfect men and thus includes the possibility of exploitation and subjugation. Admitting that imperfection, we admit the need for an equalized priesthood policy.
I’m a Mormon, and I believe women should be ordained.