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Thursday, February 20, 2020
The Big Question for the Boy Scouts

The statue of a scout stands in the entrance to the Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas, Feb. 5, 2013. (Reuters/Tim Sharp)
Now that the Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy as a result of a deluge of sexual abuse suits, there is an obvious question that must be asked again. Seeing that the BSA leadership was well aware of the long history of male-on-male sex abuse, why on earth did it cave in to homosexual activism? Why did it open the door for openly gay Scouts and then Scout leaders?

On July 15, 2015, I wrote an article titled, "Boy Scouts' Moral Suicide Continues."

I noted then that "the barely hidden, dirty secret of the Boy Scouts of America is that for decades now, several thousand cases of man-on-boy sexual abuse have been swept under the rug, with private payoffs taking the place of open court cases – and to be perfectly clear, the men involved in these cases were normally Scout leaders.

"If such was the case with the ban on openly homosexual leaders in place, what happens when that ban is removed? And how do the Boy Scouts figure out who the bad apples are first? Or are the boys the guinea pigs in this poorly conceived experiment?"

Again, this is not to say that most gay men would abuse gay boys. And it is not to say that heterosexual men would do any better if they were left alone with heterosexual girls.

But it is to say that there's a reason that you don't have straight men (without women) overseeing Girl Scout troops. And there's a reason that you should not have gay men overseeing Boy Scout troops. (Or, for that matter, older gay teens left alone with younger straight boys.)

In April 2019, I noted that, "The open secret is no secret anymore. The tragedy is being uncovered for the world to see. read more
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