I recently heard that you would like the Boy Scouts of America to change certain policies.
I guess it's okay for you to voice your opinion on the subject. I hope, however, that you realize that you have no authority to force change on a non-profit organization.
Of course, if you would like to start your own organization with a goal of helping youth be better people, you could give it whatever rules you wanted.
You may or may not be familiar with the recently published results of a study which showed that Eagle Scouts, on average, contribute more socially, spiritually and environmentally to society than the average person. They even show greater tolerance and respect for diversity. And the BSA has consistently achieved these results for the last century.
If you think you can do better, go right ahead. But please don't try to mess with a good thing.