Girl Scouts allow 7-year-old boy to join

According to a story in the CNSNews.com, the Girl Scouts of Colorado are allowing a year-year-old boy to join a local troop because he is “living life as a girl.” After the boy, Bobby Montoya, was initially told he couldn’t join by a local troop leader, the statewide organization stepped in and said the Girl Ssouts are “on inclusive organization” and that Bobby would be allowed to join.

“If a child identifies as a girl and the child’s family presents her as a girl, Girl Scouts of Colorado welcomes her as a Girl Scout,” said the Girl Scouts of Colorado in a statement. “Our requests for support of transgender kids have grown, and Girl Scouts of Colorado is working to best support these children, their families and the volunteers who serve them.

Felisha Archuleta, the boy’s mother, has since told ABC News that she is in contact with the organization and has been assured that the leader who rejected Bobby would be given “sensitivity classes.”

“I believe [Bobby] was born in the wrong body,” she said. “For birthdays, he asked for ponies. He had a princess birthday, and last year when he turned 7, he had a Rapunzel birthday. I have just basically supported him.” She claimed that her son has believed he was a girl since he was two years old.

Source: CNSNews.com and LifeSiteNews.com

Share:

More Posts

MA House Unanimously Approves Parentage Act Commodifying Babies

The MA legislature voted unanimously to approve HB4672 “An Act to Ensure Legal Parentage Equality,” a bill that would enshrine “intent-based parenting” in Massachusetts law, making it much easier for parents with no biological connection to a child to acquire that child through surrogacy or sperm or egg donation. These methods can have devastating

Happy Father’s Day from the MFI Team!

A father’s role in the home is crucial to the family’s well-being, and without his leadership, the family suffers. Without the leadership of fathers, society suffers too. As MFI’s Fatherlessness Report shows, children from single-parent homes, many without fathers, are at a greater risk of academic underachievement, youthful idleness, teen parenthood, and