• Do you feel more boyish or girlish?
• Do you think girls should be allowed in the Boy Scouts?
• Do you think girls and boys need their own spaces?
• Do you think the terms “boyish” and “girlish” are good terms?
• Do you feel like assumptions are made about you based on those terms, and assumptions about the types of activities you want to do?
• Do you think boys should be allowed in the Girl Scouts?
• Things that boys could learn at the Girl Scouts.
• An opinion column by a 10-year-old about how she decided to change the Girl Scouts.
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