12 February 2010

Morally straight and clean Turdlockers present "Gayest Scout Leader of the Year Award"

Every year, Turdlock's Gay Scouts of America hosts an annual recognition dessert night to honor the best of the best. One of the best awarded at today’s celebration is Big Gay Al who was honored with the Gayest Scout Leader of the Year award.

“I feel pretty happy (gay) about getting the award,” Al said. “I am excited (super gay) to tell my dads.” Al is an active, exuberant, well-dressed, trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent scout leader in Turdlock and is very involved in his community. He is a deacon at the Turdlock Fatter-Day Saints Church and coaches the Turdlock men's cheerleader team.

Big Gay Al was nominated unanimously by his fellow scout leaders across the region. "He's the gayest of them all," said Scout leader James Dale. "We're so proud of Al. He personifies our traditionally unbiased values of Scouting as expressed and embodied in the Scout Oath & the Scout Law, that all youth and adult leaders, regardless of their spiritual belief, gender, or sexual orientation, can serve and be included as participating members."

Today’s celebration kicked off with a proclamation of recognition signed by Turdlock Mayor John Lozer for the celebration:

"The City of Turdlock proudly recognizes the contribution of Gay Scouts of America to keep our City morally straight and clean. Turdlock believes in real, gay scouting. We just don't believe in the Boy Scouts of America's current policy of discrimination against gay youth and adults and atheists. Here we are doing what the Boy Scouts of America says but doesn't do -- to stand up against social injustice to help make the world a better place. In this case it just so happens that the Boy Scouts of America is committing the social injustice."

Turdlock's Gay Scouts troop has a year-long celebration in store from a Turdlock Pride Parade to a new merit badge to reward excellence in redecorating straight peoples' suburban homes.

To learn more about being morally straight and clean, visit: www.scoutingforall.org.

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