Boy Scouts Cave, Will Admit Girls Starting in 2018

Imagine, if you will, some version of America in the future wherein sons and their fathers demand that the Girl Scouts admit boys to the ranks of cookie purveyors across the nation.

Vitriol and cries of sexist hegemony would abound.

“Is nothing safe from white, male domination?” they would ask.

But those really mean boys should never have a club exclusively for themselves for the development of leadership and character.

That’s discrimination, you see. And the PC police just won’t have any of it.

So they’ve seen fit to ascend their troops to the upper echelons of the century-old organization and transformed it from within.

As of next year, the Boy Scouts will have need of a new name after announcing they’ll be admitting girls to the now co-ed organization.

[Insert Gender Preference Here] Scouts of America will soon become just another group for the liberal proselytization of our nation’s youth.

Is nothing sacred?

Here’s more from Fox News…

The Boy Scouts of America announced on Wednesday its plans to admit girls into the Cub Scouts and create a new program for older girls to allow them to earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout, a historic change after years of requests from families and girls.

The change is expected go into effect in 2019. Cub Scout dens, the smallest unit, will become single-gender, either containing all boys or all girls. The larger Cub Scout packs will have the option to welcome both genders if they choose.

“We believe it is critical to evolve how our programs meet the needs of families interested in positive and lifelong experiences for their children,” the Boy Scouts said in a news release.

“We strive to bring what our organization does best – developing character and leadership for young people – to as many families and youth as possible as we help shape the next generation of leaders,” the release stated.

The program for older girls is expected to be announced in 2018 and begin in 2019. Girls will then be able to earn the coveted rank of Eagle Scout.

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