Should Girl Scouts Accept Boys Who Consider Themselves Girls?
The Girl Scouts of the United States of America now accepts boys who identify as girls.
The organization says on its website, "If the child is recognized by the family and school/community as a girl and lives culturally as a girl, then Girl Scouts is an organization that can serve her in a setting that is both emotionally and physically safe."
Penny Nance, President and CEO of Concerned Women for America, weighed in on "Fox and Friends," saying, "Here we go again."
Nance said that the Girl Scouts organization has been marching toward the left since the 1970s, and this is just the latest example.
"They're no longer Girl Scouts, they're just Scouts," Nance stated. "That's fine if they want to rebrand. But it raises all kinds of complications and questions for parents, volunteer parents who are involved."
"How are they supposed to manage this? How are they supposed to protect their own children's privacy? It's very complicated and very difficult."
Nance asserted that this isn't about children but adults who don't want genders in society, and it's happening all over the country.
"If it were really about the kids, anyone that's sane would not think that throwing a little boy who's confused, who's dealing with some hard issues into a tent with middle school girls - which by the way, there's whole books written about how brutal they can be - is a good idea," Nance said.
"We've got to love these kids and we've got to love these parents who are dealing with gender dysphoria, but we shouldn't lose our minds."
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