In "No gay Boy Scouts" (Forum, June 1), James Green disagrees "with the decision by the Boy Scouts to allow gay boys to be Scouts" because "boys sleeping next to each other in a tent may be tempted to push the limits," especially "If a young gay Scout acts on his inclinations."
It's hard to believe that Green is a long-time Scouter. If he were he would know that:
1. Many straight Scouts sleeping next to each other in tents are pushing the limits. They hardly need any encouragement from gay boys.