I only gave to them because of how they dispersed the money to several different groups. But them trying to force a group to do what they want is not something I am supporting. Especially if it is something that group is doing that I support.
It doesn't take a sage to figure out that the Boy Scouts don't want openly gay scoutmasters. I'm sure most wouldn't bother the kids, but it's probably safer not to take a chance.
But read the article. It said, ......."BSA does not proactively inquire about anyone's sexual orientation, and the policy is not meant to be a commentary on social issues. Most of our youth members are under the age of 12 and the majority of parents we serve do not believe Scouting is the right forum for same-sex attraction to be introduced."..............
And that is as it should be. Singing songs about kissing is not my idea of sexuality.
As a moth to a flame, and a dog to it's vomit, any thread that mentions the BSA and queers gets you running, doesn't it, deviant?
Awwww, bless your little heart, that's just horrible! It's a damned shame how your choices ruined your childhood, isn't it?Quote:
You and I have different experiences. When I was in seventh grade, sexuality was most definitely "discussed" and quite often yelled. They didn't have sexuality when you were in seventh grade? No "school steady"? No dances? No dates? How about sixth grade when the precocious couple got serenaded with "Bobby and Jenny sitting in a tree... k i s s i n g"?
It's amazing how different our experiences can be.
Seek psychiatric help immediately.Quote:
I would point out to you that if you think that the state shouldn't permit same-sex marriage, then what exactly would you tell a 13 year old gay kid?
So you see that it's people like you who erode the fabric of society, not the gay kid who just wants to be himself and have a good life.
Tell me, deviant, if acceptance of your sexual choices are such a cornerstone of civilized society, why aren't there more examples of such societies that have survived to the present day?
•Brian Gallagher is still President and CEO of United Way, and currently earns $1,037,140 a year, according to a December 2010 report from the American Institute of Philanthropy.