Girl Scouts community has mixed reactions to Boy Scouts' move to include girls

The Boy Scouts of America announced Wednesday that, after 107 years, it would welcome girls to its packs—even allowing them to attain the coveted Eagle Scout rank. Now, many people, including some in the Girl Scout community, are lauding the BSA's decision. Some, though, worry that it will undermine girl-centric spaces.

The Girl Scouts of America, for its part, has made its stance clear. On Wednesday, the organization published a blog post called "Girl Scouts is the Girl Leadership Expert" that, while not calling out the Boy Scouts specifically, reiterated the...

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By: Mashable - Thursday, 12 October

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