Here we go. It is continuing and we can’t stop it.
Or can we?
Leaders of the Boy Scouts of America will take the first tentative steps Thursday toward considering whether to add more opportunities for girls in an organization that has been primarily for boys since it was founded 107 years ago, according to scouting officials.
The subject will be discussed at a meeting of chapter representatives and other leaders at the organization’s headquarters in Irving, Texas, the officials said.
“It’s a meeting on how to meet the needs of today’s families, which include dual earners and single-parent households,” said Effie Delimarkos, spokeswoman for the Boy Scouts of America.