When you're shown up by a bunch of Girl Scouts, you really ought to glance down inside your pants, see if there's anything still there

 Standing tall

Standing tall

Girl Scouts refuse to buckle, reject demands that they boycott inaugural parade.

At Girl Scouts, our Movement is made up of individuals who hold political beliefs and convictions as varied as our nation itself. And because every girl has a home at Girl Scouts, every girl in our Movement is allowed her own ideas, opinions, beliefs, and political ideology. Our fundamental value is empowering girls to be leaders in their own lives. By helping them build the courage, confidence, and character to lift their voices, champion their views, and be advocates for the issues and ideas important to them, Girl Scouts supports girls as they become catalysts for change who strengthen their communities.
Being a leader means having a seat at the leadership table no matter what. It means being willing to work with whomever happens to hold political power. It means preparing girls not to run from the face of adversity, but to stand tall and proud and announce to the world, and the powers that be, that they are a force to be reckoned with, and that their needs, ideas, and views must be taken seriously. To do otherwise is to tell girls to sit down and be quiet—and that they don’t count.
Advocating for change on issues one cares about isn’t at odds with participating in a century-long tradition that represents the peaceful exchange of power.
Leadership. That’s what it means to be a Girl Scout. Leadership is why the impact of Girl Scouts remains so long after a girl leaves our Movement. So as we swear in the 45th president of the United States, it only seems fitting to celebrate more than a century of Girl Scout civic action.

There's nothing wrong with refusing to engage in activity that goes against one's principles and beliefs, so if a Hollywood type or a singer doesn't want to perform before Trump, that's their right. Or it will be as of Friday - it wasn't when the Left ruled us - but there are many acts out there, including a Bruce Springsteen cover band, for crissake, that bowed out because of a fear that they'd be unpopular with their peers. The Girl Scouts have just demonstrated that principles can beat fear, if  one has principles to draw strength from.