from having any sexual relationship with women, being the operative sentence.
1 Timothy 3: 2-7; A church leader must be without fault; he must have only one wife, be sober, self-controlled, and orderly; he must welcome strangers in his home; he must be able to teach; he must not be a drunkard or a violent man, but gentle and peaceful; he must not love money; he must be able to manage his own family well and make his children obey him with all respect. For if a man does not know how to manage his own family, how can he take care of the church of God? He must be mature in the faith, so that he will not swell up with pride and be condemned, as the Devil was. He should be a man who is respected by the people outside the church, so that he will not be disgraced and fall into the Devil's trap.
The Roman church of Emperor Constantine demands that their church leaders be celibate, having no desire to have any sexual relationship with women.
Well, we know the dangers, when you put a group of young sexually active men together in dark conclaves, 'who have no desire to have any sexual relationship with women'.
How can they, who have never been married, be marriage councillors? How can they who have never had children, give good advice to rebellious teenagers?
How can those who love wearing their long robes and kissing the Popes ring, be of any real value to society?