Didn’t take long: Special rules for goGrrl scouts


B.S.A. Inc does nothing but lie lie and lie some more since winning Dale v. B.S.A. in 2000.

No, no perverts!

Well, okay, perverted “youth.”

And xir “dads.”

Yeah, fake grrlz.

Okay, chromosome grrz if “mom” lies.

Oh shoot tomboyz too. What the hell?.

That lying fake promise lasted less than nothing. You see, B.S.A. Inc. made all the necessary program changes BEFORE telling us grrlz would be recruited. They’ve had special consideration since in every possible manner. We’ll compile the listing when we have time but you know what happened.

Check out this diktat from High Command:

http://netcommissioner.com/askandy/2018/10/issue-577-october-4-2018/

Please don’t choke on your own puke while reading this:

IMPLEMENTION DETAILS on TEMPORARY TRANSITION RULES for FEMALES ENTERING SCOUTS BSA

On February 1, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America will begin admitting girls into Scouts BSA. One of the characteristics of Scouting—for over a hundred years—is that no matter when you join, however long you stay, or the rank you attain, the Scouting experience prepares you for life. And for some, the pinnacle of their Scouting experience is achieving the highest rank of Eagle Scout.

The policies of the BSA indicate that, except in extraordinary circumstances, a youth desiring to achieve the rank of Eagle must do so before the youth’s 18th birthday. This will continue to be our policy.

It is in the interests of the entire BSA, and in fact our nation, that all girls who join the BSA in 2019 should have an opportunity to earn (the Eagle Scout rank) should they diligently and promptly complete all requirements. Accordingly, after carefully considering recommendations from stake-holders, including feedback from volunteers and professionals at the 2018 Top Hands meeting, the National Executive Committee of the Boy Scouts of America has approved the following temporary transition rules regarding extensions for youth over 16 but not yet 18 years of age on February 1, 2019 to complete the requirements for the Eagle Scout (rank).

To preserve the integrity of the Eagle Scout Award, no exceptions to or waivers . . .

Read the rest if you can stomach the lies and their brazen impudence that mocks the Boy Scout Oath and Law with every letter.