Not just the Boy Scouts of America
Sarah Wyman

Allowing boys and girls to enjoy the same experiences, and access to the same forms of achievement and recognition, is an issue of fairness that should have been remedied umpteen years ago. Girls should have the opportunity to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout, for example. Activities will require the appropriate guidance and monitoring; scouting leaders have always undergone rigorous training to promote safety and privacy of the scouts, and the vigilance will naturally need to continue, and be enforced. Kudos to those who had the wisdom and courage to bring scouting into the modern age!

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