Editor,In the June 6 article about Neal Humphrey, "Pastor resigns from Scout board," I found it of interest that the article mentioned his half-century of involvement in the Boy Scouts of America. I'd wager that in all that time he's forgotten what it is to be a boy. When I was a Scout it was all about camping and the Klondike Derby; starting fires and playing with knives. I read all the articles in Boy's Life about scouts always jumping in one body of water or another to save someone from drowning. The articles never once mentioned the Scout's sexual orientation. When I was a Scout, the only orientation we ever heard about involved a map and compass.