Thanks for sharing this comment, Adam!
Sarah Wyman

I think lots of young women and girls will still choose to stick with Girl Scouts (which is great!) because they appreciate the unique experiences offered by an all-girls environment and because they’re interested in the activities troops near them offer.

Why is the solution then to eliminate the all-boys environment that would also allow boys to have the unique experiences that a single sex environment offers rather than have girl scouts undertake the same kinds of activities as the boy scouts do?

Certainly males and females need to know how to interact and be in mixed groups and working together, but there are also times when single sex environments are better/more enjoyable for both.

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