I was a Cub Scout, and then a Boy Scout. My mother was a Cub Scout Den Mother and my father was a Boy Scout Leader. I enjoyed scouting quite a bit, although I began to lose interest in it at about the age of sixteen or so. I have a series of DVDs put out by the Boy Scouts of America in 2008-2011 called "Scouting for Adventure." Obviously, a promotional series, they may have been aired on television or on a cable channel because they are entitles, Season One, Season Two, Season Three, and Season Four. I have nearly finished the first season and one thing that strikes me is that it is very top heavy with women. Call me sexist but when I was in Boy Scouts, there were women leaders in the Cub Scouts but Boy Scout leaders and Boy Scout camp staff were nearly all men. Oh, there were some women involved, I know, because we did come across a troop every once in a while that had a female leader, and I don't have a problem with that. However, I am thinking that they must have carefully chosen the people who represented Scouting in this promotional series because it is very professionally done, and I don't get the feeling that they just used whoever happened to have been involved in something when the cameras came along. What strikes me as strange is that nearly every adult Scout leader or instructor portrayed in this series is a woman. Although girls have been allowed in the Boy Scouts for quite a few years now, very few actually participate, and I haven't noticed any of the Scouts portrayed in the series being a girl. But at least 90% of women portrayed as scout leaders, instructors or staff are women. It's been a while since I have been a Boy Scout, but I was a Boy Scout leader in 2008, when Season One of this series was published, and I have been an advisor for a Boy Scout Explorer Post, and there weren't very many women involved. Certainly, nowhere near 90% of the leadership were female, so I find it odd that the BSA decided to portray the Boy Scouts as being mostly led by women.