Salam,Although this may sound good and liberating, is this really good? Is this legislated by Allaah and His Messenger? If not, it's something very worrying.. May Allaah guide us all.
Apparently some members are seeing it as an innovation. As brother Mehmet explained, it is not. But I am thinking, why we never wonder so much, when we hear about a men-only mosque. Afterall, that is an "innovation" too (I know, strictly speaking it is not). In the time of the Prophet, there were no men-only mosques. Now we never feel as disturbed by men-only mosques as we do with women-only mosques. Just wondering.
It's allowed for women to lead prayer of women according to Hanafis, Shafis, and Hanbalis. Hanafis view it as disliked, but it's not haram. So yes there can be female Imams for females. The only problem is Juma. Women cannot lead Juma. But since that prayer is not required for women anyways, they can just pray Dhuhr as a group.
Everything is permissible unless it is expressly forbidden -- not the other way around.
What the majority of Olama Saying about this?
Yes it is. I agreed with you Brother.The mosque is a house of Allah. We should make it so that not only our sisters feel welcome, but also non Muslims feel welcome to it too. The aesthetics, architecture, and even acoustics within a mosque are very important as well.