Mark Hancock argues that the decision that the boy scouts made is bad for boys and girls. He explains that boys and girls have been proven to learn in different ways. Like how girls learn better in like a classroom or a quite space. While boys tend to do better in places where there are role models. He also argues that the boy scouts have gone astray from there roots.
Maddy Agers argues that girl scouts are way different than boy scouts. She explains that the trips over the weekend are totally different between the girl scouts and boy scouts. She also explains that the venturing program is almost the same as boy scouts in trips and leadership.
Sylvia Acevedo, the CEO of Girl Scouts of America, argues that girl scouts is the best fit for girls. She explains that girl scouts help girls learn that its okay to fail the first time. She has also proven that girl scouts actually work for girls. She shows that a lot of female astronauts and females who are in politics were girl scouts at one point in life.
Elaine Godfrey explains that the boy scouts letting girls join allow girls to become girl scouts, but there is a lot of bad things that can come out of this. Like the GSUSA has accused the boy scouts of allegations of sexual abuse. Also she shows that there will be more competition between girl programs and that the girls will be split from the boys in the troop.
Sydney and Bryan Ireland argue that letting girls joining boy scouts will only end in a positive way. Sydney Ireland explains that if she would to become an eagle scout she would have a lot of leadership training. She also shows that a lot of people in the government are boy scouts who have reached the top rank of eagle scout. She shows that in most countries scouting is something that is co-ed. She's also explained that women can also hold all combat roles and have already earned bronze and silver stars, and purple hearts in war.
Yasmeen Khan explains that Sydney Ireland wants to make boy scouts allow girls. Boy scouts already have co-ed programs like venture, but girls who join venture can't get the rank of eagle. She shows that Sydney is an unofficial member of a boy scout troop, but explains that she can't grt merit badges like the other boys.