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Boy Scouts Accepting Girls, Adopt Brand New “Inclusive” Name

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We now live in a generation where it is no longer acceptable to acknowledge that boys and girls are created with beautiful differences designed to compliment each other, and nowhere is the hatred for this created order seen more clearly than the recent action taken by the Boy Scouts of America.

What have they done now? Well, they’re accepting girls into the organization and essentially eliminated the Boy Scouts by renaming it Scouts BSA.

The official name change will take place in February.

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“Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh said many possibilities were considered during lengthy and ‘incredibly fun’ deliberations before the new name was chosen,” reports The New York Post, adding, “Surbaugh predicted that both boys and girls in Scouts BSA would refer to themselves simply as scouts, rather than adding ‘boy’ or ‘girl’ as a modifier.”

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“We wanted to land on something that evokes the past but also conveys the inclusive nature of the program going forward,” he said. “We’re trying to find the right way to say we’re here for both young men and young women.”

Parent organization Boy Scouts of America, though, will keep their name; same as the Cub Scouts.

The Cub Scouts have already been accepting girls in their traditionally boys-only units, seeing around 3,000 girls sign up thus far. The “Scouts BSA” will accept girls by next year.

The Girls Scouts are less than thrilled with the new name change, stating they are putting together an aggressive campaign to try and retain as many girls as possible as no doubt tons will be jumping ship to join the boys under the gender neutral “scouts.”

“Girl Scouts is the premier leadership development organization for girls,” said Girl Scouts’ CEO Sylvia Acevedo. “We are, and will remain, the first choice for girls and parents who want to provide their girls opportunities to build new skills … and grow into happy, successful, civically engaged adults.”

Men and women were created to be different, with unique natural abilities and traits that require one another in order to function properly.

Society is built and sustained only when men and women function in their proper roles. This is a beautiful work of art and symmetry, but for some reason, modern feminists see this as a negative.

Since they cannot do exactly everything a man can do, it seems feminists feel this makes them inferior. This is simply not true. There are plenty of things men cannot do too. Neither sex is less in value than the other. Both are precious and necessary.

The sooner people start realizing that, the better off our society will be.

Source: The Daily Wire

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