Eastern Orthodoxy is often thought of as opposed to women's ordination in a unified, monolithic way. From what I can see this is less and less so. Not that any hierarch will be ordaining a woman soon but the thought patterns are becoming more diverse. What was once unthinkable is becoming, more and more, an open question.
There is no better evidence of this than this article in a 2008 book by St. Vlad's Press, where Alexis Karras argues from within the Orthodox tradition for the ordination of women.
That is a google books link where you can read the entire article. The book is "Thinking Through Faith". The article in entitled " Orthodox Theologies of Women and Ordained Ministry."
My knowledge of Orthodoxy is limited and if any Orthodox want to add some perspective, feel free.