Do you happen to know, how long has it been that the Girl Scouts have allowed male leaders? I was amazed when this was pointed out to me. It's a bad idea, just as allowing homosexual males to lead Boy Scouts is a bad idea.
Girl Scouts was lost years ago. New-age psycobabble abounds there.
So I (male) cannot be a girl scout leader?
Not that I want to, but it makes an excellent counterpoint. Do the girl scouts "discriminate"?
Would my 17 year old son be allowed to play on the High School girls volleyball team, since there isn't a boys volleyball team? Or does the school "discriminate"?
Would I be allowed to participate in a pro-choice rally with my strict (and vocal) pro-life opinions, or would I be arrested as a disruptor? Or do the infantciders "discriminate"?
Can I go to a mosque and praise Jesus? Or do the Muslims "discriminate"?
The Girl Scouts also have no problem with Lesbians being Scout leaders. Go figure.
GS can have a male leader as long as there is a female assistant leader. It works. I have a male asst GS leader and he is great- a very involved dad.
Have you got any idea how many cub/Boy Scout dens and packs are being led by women?