Legare has been a good friend of mine for quite some time now, one of the biggest parts of his life is Boy Scouts. He is the most dedicated individual I have met, thus far. A few months back, Legare came out and said he was gay, but only to his close friends. After months of working, the word got around school, many people knew about it and so on. He's also a devout Christian, living up to God's name, trying to be the best citizen he can. There's nothing wrong with him, he was born this way, now the BSA might be cracking down on something he can't change. If anything, he should be allowed to stay, allowed to teach the BSA that being gay is alright. It's not like he's preaching his sexuality, he just wants to be treated fairly.