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February 3, The Girl Scouts promise to teach children self-worth. Stormi, who is transgender, ventured out into her neighborhood to sell cookies with her foster mother, Kim. She also recounted the incident in an online forum for parents of transgender children. Within days, Stormi had sold more than 3, boxes of cookies, including sales to customers in Canada and Australia. She also received dozens of letters of support.

For transgender 9-year-old, a very Girl Scout lesson

Some Unhappy With the Direction of Girl Scouts Form New, Christian-Based Group

But Coody didn't want her daughters and their friends to miss out on camping trips, educational activities and service projects. So she decided in March to start a troop affiliated with the Christian-based American Heritage Girls. American Heritage Girls was founded in by a Cincinnati-area woman and her friends who were unhappy that the Girl Scouts accepted lesbians as troop leaders, banned prayer at meetings and allowed girls to substitute the word "God" in the oath. What started with girls in Ohio has turned into a nonprofit group with 2, members in 22 states with a 40 percent enrollment boost since the fall, founder Patti Garibay said. Troops must be chartered by a church or private school with the same basic religious beliefs as American Heritage Girls. Leaders must sign a statement of faith, but girls don't have to be religious to join.

Girl Scouts leadership: pro-choice, pro-gay ideologues

Since that fateful year, the Girl Scouts have been accused of promoting lesbianism. From the official website :. We feel our role is to help girls develop self-confidence and good decision-making skills that will help them make wise choices in all areas of their lives.
The Girl Scouts of America has a dramatically different approach toward homosexuality than that of the Boy Scouts of America: The Boy Scouts has declared that its anti-gay policies are at the core of the organizational message, however the Girl Scouts say they do not discriminate. Yet it is clear that the Girl Scouts believe they must walk a fine line. After the ruling, the Boy Scouts issued a statement reiterating that "an avowed homosexual is not a role model for the values espoused in the Scout Oath and Law" which requires scouts and leaders to be "morally straight. The Boy Scouts legal victory could be a costly one, however.