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[rec.scouting.issues] Commonly asked questions (FAQ 2)
Section - What is GSUSA's position on men in Girl Scouting?

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The Girl Scout organization does not discriminate.   Every
volunteer and staff position in Girl Scouting is open to men as well as
women.
Because we believe that female role models are especially
important to young girls during their developing years, men
working directly with girls are asked to serve as part of a
leadership team that includes women.

From: the GSUSA book "What We Stand For".

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