The left has been on a mission over the last several decades to do anything and everything they can to erase the distinctions between boys and girls, demanding total “equality” on every front.
The problem, of course, is that both sexes were created to be different from one another, with an overall design that enables the two to function as a whole, to fit perfectly like pieces of a puzzle.
Many groups created for boys and men have come under tremendous pressure from left-wing feminists and liberals of all stripes after being deemed “sexist” for excluding women.
The latest, unfortunately, is the Boy Scouts of America, who not only started accepting girls into the club but have also decided to change their name to Scouts BSA to capitulate to the politically correct crowd.
The Daily Wire is reporting:
The Boy Scouts of America announced the new name on Wednesday, adding that the change will take effect in February.
“Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh said many possibilities were considered during lengthy and ‘incredibly fun’ deliberations before the new name was chosen,” reports The New York Post, adding, “Surbaugh predicted that both boys and girls in Scouts BSA would refer to themselves simply as scouts, rather than adding ‘boy’ or ‘girl’ as a modifier.”
“We wanted to land on something that evokes the past but also conveys the inclusive nature of the program going forward,” he said. “We’re trying to find the right way to say we’re here for both young men and young women.”
Parent organization Boy Scouts of America, though, will keep their name; same as the Cub Scouts.
The Cub Scouts have already been accepting girls in their traditionally boys-only units, seeing around 3,000 girls sign up thus far. The “Scouts BSA” will accept girls by next year.
Surbaugh noted that there will be separate units for boys and girls within Scouts BSA.
Girl Scout leaders are none too happy with the big change, fearing that they will lose a lot of members as the girls may want to join the larger organization. These leaders have begun an aggressive effort to try and recruit new girls and find ways to retain current membership to avoid this issue.
The bottom line is men and women are created different and those differences are beautiful and complimentary.
In fact, those characteristics that makes us uniquely male and female should be celebrated, not looked at as something that cheats us out of some experience we think we want.
Without men and women working together, there is no future for our society.