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According to the provision, state or town governments that receive federal housing funds and community development monies can’t bar the Boy Scouts or other youth groups equal access to public spaces.The statement from Barney's office stated that the provision, "was clearly intended to insulate the Boy Scouts of America from any federal actions against their anti-gay policy". ====== This is just another example, as I have given many in the past few days, of discrimination, prejudice and bias being endorsed and sponsored by the Government. In my experience being kicked out of Scouting for being gay and also in my experience as an American citizen (although a second-class one), I am deeply hurt that the Federal Government wishes to protect and defend an organization that is hurting the gay youth (i.e. CHILDREN) in our country. Although I admit that the Boy Scouts have and still do a lot of good in our society, I also have the personal and professional experience to know that they also hurt youth. I'll probably post more on the subject of the Boy Scouts and discrimination later today, but for now, go to Triad Scouting For All ONLINE to learn more about my past Scouting activities, dismissal and action to stop the anti-gay policies of the Boy Scouts of America. Technorati Tags: gay youth, lgbt, boy scouts, gay rights, greensboro, winston-salem, triad, uncg