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Should Girls Be Allowed in Boy Scouts?
Girls should be allowed into Boy Scouts.
It could be the first step towards a single scout organization open to all genders, just as in many other countries. This would also be beneficial for non-binary children.
Boys and girls will learn relationship/friendship skills with the opposite sex.
Gender is a social construct and is inconsequential to lifestyle.
The US is one of the only countries out there which has separate programs for girls and boys when it comes to scouting. This should change.
The Boy Scouts are in real trouble due to
. Letting girls in will solve that problem.
It will give support to the feminist movement, showing that girls can do anything that boys can do.
Girls have more opportunities in the Boy Scouts.
Boys cannot join the Girls Scouts.
Boys, like girls need spaces where they can have good role models. There is inherent value in having boy scouts stay boy-only for this reason.
Letting girls into Boy Scouts will disturb over a century of BSA tradition.
Allowing girls into Boy Scouts will decrease the value of the Girl Scouts.
Boy Scouts was never intended/designed to have girls in the program.
A private organization should be permitted to make their own decisions concerning separation of genders.
This teaches that gender is insignificant.
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