I completely support GSUSA of Colorado's decision and I even have a call in to my GSUSA headquarters to ask if they make the same allowances. My daughter is already involved in GSUSA, so I am hoping that this is the case, as I feel that it's important to support it, and that it is important that she learn, as early as possible, that the quality of a person is between their ears and not their legs.
As for this young girl's boycott, I have a lot of opinions towards that. First and foremost, she contradicts herself in saying that GSUSA is being dishonest. In their bylaws, that she reads, it states that there will be no discrimination on gender. It's not GSUSA's fault that she (and/or her parents)did not either a) read it all the way through, or b) they were already so closed-minded that they didn't consider that anyone would allow trans girls into the girl scouts. Secondly, her use of the word "transgendered boys" is, obviously, incorrect. If she's (and/or her parents) going to take the time to create an argument, she (and/or her parents) should use the correct terminology. Third, the accusation that girls would be "unsafe" in a tent/cabin with a trans girl is ridiculous and transphobic. If a trans girl and a cis girl are attracted to one another, they have as much chance of fooling around as two cis girls (have they never heard of lesbians?) (or two trans girls fooling around, for that matter!).
Obviously this is hate-filled and transphobic, and honestly, probably not worth as much energy as I've spent on it today. However, as I think about the world that we are in now, and the world I want my daughters to live in, if I don't spend my energy fighting these kinds of injustices, then I'm simply letting others dictate my children's world for me.
***UPDATE*** I just heard from my state's GSUSA office that they are transgender-friendly and that the decision made in Colorado would be upheld here.