.This movement is about taking down religious, male, conservative institutions.
Personally it doesn’t matter to me whether BSA stays single sex or goes coed. I don’t see keeping things like BSA and GSUSA as equal but separate as any kind of moral issue. Just a case if they chose to they do and if they don’t they don’t.
I do think though that it’s worth pausing for thought about why women constantly want in on male only organisations and it doesn’t happen the other way around.
Here’s a few key dates for you in the UK. I don’t know what the equivalents are in the USA but you might want to look them up.
1918 Women over 30 first allowed to vote (in the life time of all my grandparents)
1928 All women allowed to vote
1929 First woman government minister
1970 Women get equal pay (in the life time and indeed working life time of my parents. It was legal to pay my mum less than my dad had they done the same job)
1971 Women allowed to play football (soccer)
1979 First woman Prime Minister
1991 Marital rape criminalised (in my life time it was legal for a man to rape his wife. Frankly I shudder in shame that it took till the 90s for my country to criminalise this)
1994 Anglican church ordains first women priests
2012 Women given equal standing in line to the throne. If having an hereditary head of state wasn’t archaic enough we actually stopped women becoming head of state if they had a younger brother.
2015 First women Bishops
2015 First woman achieves a “stared” rank in the military (Brigadier/Commodore/Air Commodore) Even now women can’t join the infantry, Royal Armoured Corps, any airborne unit or the RAF regiment.
Those are just the headlines. There are dozens more things that could go in that women have had to fight for decades and even centuries for.
It’s not a case of being against men or conservatives or religion. I don’t want to speak for women but the list above may give you an idea of what it is all about.