Gay Voices (The Huffington Post)
April 4, 2013
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) aren't slated to make a decision regarding their controversial policy on gay participants until May, but that hasn't stopped a new group from coming forward with an unusual interpretation of the guidelines. As Fox News is reporting, a coalition of Eagle Scouts, Scoutmasters and parents have come together as a new organization called Members of the group say they believe that the BSA's existing policy should not be amended because "discreet" gay participants are already permitted, according to the report. Calling the BSA "one of the great jewels of American culture," OnMyHonor founder John Stemberger said, "What they want is full-blown gay activism in scouting, and that’s what they can’t have under the current policy.”