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Boy Scouts Ban Church That Let Gay Man Lead Troop

The Boy Scouts of America has revoked its charter agreement with a Seattle church that refused to remove a gay troop leader after the organization withdrew his membership.

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Boy Scouts Remove Gay Troop Leader

Boy Scouts of America says it had “no choice” after Geoff McGrath publicly announced he is gay.


A sign for the National Office outside the Boy Scouts of America Headquarters on Feb. 4, 2013 in Irving, Texas. (credit: Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Boy Scouts Survey Asks Members If It’s Acceptable For Openly Gay Scout To Share Tent With Heterosexual Boy

Faced with a backlash against their ban on gays, the Boy Scouts of America are surveying their members on a potential change in policy.


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Boy Scouts’ Confidential ‘Perversion’ Files Set To Be Released

Confidential files kept by the Boy Scouts of America on men they suspected of child sex abuse are set to be released after a two-year-long court battle.


The Boy Scouts of America is being shaken by another homosexuality conflict. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

Homosexual Boy Scout Denied Eagle Award

New allegations are coming from Ryan Andresen, a scout for the past 12 years who is claiming his homosexuality is preventing him from participating in the BSA. In July, the organization announced that it plans to continue its ban on gay membership after a two-year review of the divisive policy.


Several Eagle Scouts across the country have returned their medals in protest of the organization's recent affirmation of excluding homosexuals. (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Eagle Scouts Return Medals To Anti-Gay Organization

For the physician in Illinois, the attorney in Kentucky, the arts editor in Oregon, their Eagle Scout medals were treasured reminders of youthful achievement. Yet each is parting with his medal out of dismay over the Boy Scouts’ recently reaffirmed policy of excluding gays.