My point was to show what the Scouts don't do by showing what they do. I'll spell it out more clearly for you, the Scouts do not preach hatred for anyone, they do not pray at den meetings, they do not use vulgar language around the Scouts, the Scouts don't have a political agenda, and the leaders do not smoke or drink alcohol around the Scouts, to name a few. I certainly don't hate you and I don't think the Scouting organization hates you. They just don't want you to be a Scout leader. I, for one, would have no problem with a gay man being a Scout leader if he left his sexual practices at home. I feel the same way about a heterosexual man that likes to watch pornography. If he leaves that at home, no problem. I would have a problem with either Scout leader if they were doing something they weren't suppose to be doing, say for instance, they were showing their tattoos to the Scouts and telling them how cool it is to have a tattoo. I would take that up directly with the person. I would consider this leader not up to the standards expressed in the Scout charter. IMO the Boy Scouts are one of the most benign organizations around who's sole interest is to get parents to spend some time with their kids and pass on the traditions of scouting to young boys and young men.