jhawksgirl wrote:At first, the powers that be didn't want me to attend meetings or help supervise. But, they seem to be easing up with the realization that I'm not going to instruct my son or husband to take everyone's faith away (yeah...a mom actually said that via e-mail. She thought that I would do that.).
I don't know if it's always been the case, but nowadays they make you sign a form that, basically, you believe in God. I didn't like signing that, and I don't think I'd do it again.cookiecutter wrote:I know for a fact that one of my fellow scouts was an atheist, and I believe his Dad, who was committee chair, was one as well.
... it didn't seem to bother her that they discriminate against her own husband, but if they discriminate against homosexuals, then they're bad.
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