"Eve" and young men...
Steve Souza (76703.633@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Thu, 1 Apr 1993 08:22:47 EST
> As for the "Eve" problem, it usually doesn't mean that they'll teave the
> troop or the Clan; some of them even bring their partner into the troop or
I wish the BSA was as forward thinking as the Scouting movement in your
country seems to be (and nearly every other WSO country).
We'd retain a lot more Boys in Scouting here in the 14 - 18 age group (that
aren't involved in Exploring which is already co-ed) if only we'd have an
option for co-ed through all the age groups...
My son is 15, and discovered girls at about 13 or so (who really knows, I'm
only his dad <g>). If not for a firm grounding in Scouting ideals already,
he might have decided to get a part time job to support his social life, abd
between job, girl(s) and car he'd have no time for Scouts.
All that to say I like your way of doing things.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City