The ever-controversial Madonna stirred up some tension again at the GLAAD Awards, dressing in Boy Scout regalia and taking the organization to task.
At issue? The Scouts' policy that bans gay people from joining.
“I wanted to be a Boy Scout, but they wouldn’t let me join,” she said during a 10-minute speech, during which she also presented an award to Anderson Cooper.
“I think that’s f–ked up," said the pop icon, a former Girl Scout. "I know how to build a fire. I can pitch a tent ... most importantly, I know how to scout for boys.”
“I think [the Boy Scouts] should change their stupid rules.”