- At the 2010 UN Commission on the Status of Women, Girl Scouts from America along with GSUSA spokesperson Joshua Ackley lobbied at the United Nations as a support team for the delegation representing the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS).
- At this 2010 United Nations conference, girls on the WAGGGS delegation demanded that governments provide access to abortion.
- After WAGGGS reported on their website that their girls promoted abortion at the UN, Girl Scouts of the USA was confronted by a number of their pro-life members, asking them to disassociate from WAGGGS.
- Subsequently, WAGGGS removed from their report the language that showed that Girl Scouts had been promoting abortion at the UN.
- Since GSUSA admits that when a Girl Scouts pays their $12 membership dues, this triggers a payment to WAGGGS from GSUSA, doesn’t this mean that by paying their annual dues a Girl Scout is supporting pro-abortion WAGGGS?
- GSUSA is a member of the National Collaboration for Youth (NCY). NCY's home page connects girls to the pro-abortion Spark Action website? Spark Action promotes pro-abortion activism like the "We Had Abortions" campaign, Medical Students for Choice, and Catholics for a Free Choice.
- Girl Scouts selected as a role model for girls Adrienne Germain by honoring her as “A Woman of Distinction?”
Ms. Germain, President Emerita of the pro-abortion International Women’s Health Coalition, and co-author of “Expanding Access to Safe Abortion: Strategies for Action” is one of the world’s most prominent abortion rights activists.
- The Girl Scouts’ Journey handbook Mission: Sisterhood promote as a role model for Girl Scouts the feminist icon and abortion activist, Gloria Steinem, who actually launched the “We Had Abortions” campaign?
- The Girl Scout website sent girls to complete activities on Tolerance.org, a website that actively promotes LGBT rights including same-sex marriage as well as the controversial “It Gets Better” campaign that tells youth that living as a homosexual will get better for them as they get older.
© 2012 Mike Rasberry