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05/03/2013

Boy Scouts force anti-gay coalition to change logo

by Jeremy Hooper

John Stemberger's "On My Honor" coalition is pretending it's a good thing. But it's clear they were forced to create this "new and improved" logo, sans its past BSA branding:

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[On MY Honor email]

I'm not surprised that this coalition is defiant even in compliance. This whole anti-equality BSA campaign is defined by claiming ownership of things that they do not fully control. They probably are genuinely shocked that they don't get to use trademarks for their own purposes, just like they are surprised that they don't get to define the future by the past.

But it's 100% obvious why the BSA would want its branding removed from this pro-discrimination coalition. Soon enough, the BSA will detach its memberships standards too.

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