“61 percent of Boy Scout parents support the current policy”
I guess the other 39% want their kids to get raped.
39% is disturbing...
That's exactly what they are requesting.
“I guess the other 39% want their kids to get raped.”
That’s the only conclusion you can come to, I’m afraid.
Centers for Disease Control Prevention (CDC)
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
Surveillance Summaries / Vol. 60 / No. 7
June 10, 2011
Sexual Identity, Sex of Sexual Contacts, and Health-Risk Behaviors Among Students in Grades 912 Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance, Selected Sites, United States, 20012009
Compared with (heterosexual) students who are not sexual minorities (i.e., LGBTQ), a disproportionate number of sexual minority students engage in a wide range of health-risk behaviors. Consequently, to enable documentation of these disparities and assessment of the impact of public health and school health policies and practices designed to decrease these disparities, it is important to include questions on sexual identity and on sex of sexual contacts on surveys that monitor health-risk behaviors and selected health outcomes among high school students in states and large urban school districts. Furthermore, because sexual minority students represent a relatively small proportion of all students, use of large, population-based samples of students is important for obtaining the most generalizable and highest quality data on which to base policy and programmatic decisions (8,27). In 2009, only 10 states and 7 large urban school districts added questions about sexual identity, sex of sexual contacts, or both to their YRBS questionnaire. Additional support for these questions within the remaining states and large urban school districts conducting YRBSs is necessary to increase knowledge about the health-risk behaviors of sexual minority youths.