Tim Walker

Boy Scouts of America (formerly)

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Former Eagle Scout and ex-employee of Boy Scouts of America, he lives in Los Angeles with his husband

Tim Walker on KCRW

The  Boy Scouts of America  still bans gay boys and gay leaders, but next week, the national council in Plano, Texas may tell the cub packs and scout troops their sponsors can make…

Can the Boy Scouts Stage a Revival by Ending the Ban on Gays?

The Boy Scouts of America still bans gay boys and gay leaders, but next week, the national council in Plano, Texas may tell the cub packs and scout troops their sponsors can make…

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