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Boy Scouts following moral code
Let me try to make this as simple as possible. "Morals," in the
Webster's II New Riverside Dictionary, are defined as, "conduct, especially
sexual conduct, with regards to standards of right or wrong." My religion says
that homosexuality is wrong. I believe that homosexuality is wrong. Therefore,
in my opinion, homosexuals are not upholding the morals that I have
every right to believe in.
The Boy Scouts of America has been organized and has thrived for
90 years with ideals based on a moral code that agrees with my beliefs
and religion. I do not try to join any gay rights movements or organizations
and try to force them to change their beliefs to match mine. If you don't
subscribe to the moral beliefs of my religion, don't join it. However, you
have no rights at all to try to force me, or my religion, to change the moral
standards we have set up.
If you don't subscribe to the moral beliefs of the Boy Scouts of
America, don't join it. You may form your own group, and I wish you the best of
luck, but you are infringing on my beliefs and rights when you try to force
your beliefs on me, my religion or the Boy Scouts of America.