Boy Scouts of America has hammered the last nail in its coffin by officially removing the “Boy” from its name, a decision that has left at least one mother very disappointed.
What some are calling a compromise move, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is proposing a change to its policy banning openly homosexual scouts and troop leaders by keeping the policy in place only for adult leaders and volunteers.
Now that Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has decided to delay their long-awaited decision on whether to continue to exclude homosexuals from its ranks, pro-family groups are urging citizens to take advantage of the additional time to make critical changes to the BSA board to ensure no policy change will take place now – or in the future.
A new report has found that it may be pressure from corporate sponsors that could ultimately result in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) changing its policy to allow homosexual scouts, volunteers and leaders.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann
Even though the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have proudly held firm to their Christian beliefs over the years, the organization is showing signs of cracking under pressure from homosexual activists who want to infiltrate the group as scout leaders.
After a two-year examination of their century-old policy barring homosexuals from Scouting, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced this week that they have decided not to change their membership standards to allow openly gay scouts and/or leaders.