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Girls joining the boy scouts of america

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With 8 votes and 42 points ahead, the winner is ...

Pinkfreud08
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>Reported Vote: King_8 // Mod action: [Removed]
>Points Awarded: 7 points to con

>Reason for Decision: Bite my shiny metal ass. Returning the favor since Pinkfreud started this FIRST. If my votes get deleted, then his votes need to be deleted as well.
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The solution doesn't need to be throw the girls into an existing organization for boys.

1. Why not create an organization that offers the same perks/advantages for girls that the BSA offers?

2. Slippery slope. It's only a matter of time before Troops are Co-Ed. Bookmark this page that way you can refer back to it when it comes to fruitiion in the future.

3. Refer back to point 1. Why not start an organization that offers these same skills for girls?

Boys need an avenue/forum where they can just do things on their own without the presence of girls.

Why take this away from the boys -- why not foster/develop these skills and advantages for girls OUTSIDE of BSA?