Inline with the sexualization of the youth, The Boy Scouts organization, newly renamed as the Scouts, have mandated that at the 24th World Jamboree, to be held in West Virginia from July 22 through August 2nd, 2019, condoms are required to be distributed to teens.
According to a publication from the World Organization of the Scout Movement Guidelines for hosting of the World Scout Jamboree; “The host organization must ensure that condoms are readily and easily accessible for all participants and IST at a number of locations on the site. Heads of Contingent must be informed in advance and made aware of their responsibility in communicating this policy to their participants, unit leaders, contingent staff, and IST in an appropriate way. When making this information available onsite, consideration shall be given to the various cultures and beliefs present,” the 2016 document stipulates.
The event planners state that they will be adhering to international health practices and that condoms will be available through the medical facilities. The event will be attended by boys, girls, people who identify as gay and, lesbians.
In addition, the Scouts say; “For the first time, a world jamboree will be hosted by three national Scout organizations: Scouts Canada, Asociación de Scouts de México, and the Boy Scouts of America. These three distinct cultures will join together to host the world Scouting community in a celebration of cultural exchange, mutual understanding, peace, and friendship.”
For the 24th World Scout Jamboree, the official theme will be hosted under “Unlock a New World.”
“Our theme, Unlock a New World, invites you to unlock new adventures, new cultures, and new friendships. The theme was originally designed by youth representatives from our three host countries, also known as the ‘Dream Team,’ who were responsible for presenting the original bid for the 24th World Scout Jamboree,” the website for the event says.
“Because our jamboree is being hosted in North America, it will be defined by the cultures found in the ‘New World’ countries of Mexico, Canada, and the USA. This jamboree will provide a different view on the Scouting movement,” it adds.
Commenting to World News Daily on the condom policy, John Stemberger, president of the Florida Family Policy Council, wrote that “it is not clear how far down the rabbit hole the Boy Scouts will continue to fall.”