I cannot speak for Mr. Bunten, but your assertion is ridiculous. At least for me, I hold the Boy Scouts in high esteem for the many, many worthwhile and good things they teach young men. I personally do not necessarily agree with the way they manifest their position on gays, but (if you will pardon my insensitivity) it is not the most important thing in the everybody’s world. For those to whom it IS the most important thing in the world, they are free to address it as they please.
I happen to be an Episcopalian. I happen to belong to a parish with a substantial number of dear parishioners who happen to be gay and I treasure my association with them as Christian brothers and close friends. For my own very deeply personal reasons (to which I am entitled) I do not happen to agree with the consecration of gay priests and/or bishops. But that in no way interferes with my respect and love for the church.
I do not know you, but I would like to believe that there is no single bright line or litmus test which defines your version of virtuous people and ideas from the non-virtuous. That is most often the defining characteristic of a bigot. I know many fine people and organizations that share views that are not the same as mine. Some of them hold some views which I find to border on repulsive. But those differences do not blind me from being able to recognize their virtues. In my faith, which you are perfectly free to reject, the last person to walk on this planet who was free from flaws was Christ. The rest of us are more or less stuck with each other and our respective imperfections.
It is sad that your apparent feelings on the subject of gays and the Boy Scouts blinds your ability (or willingness) see their virtues. A world populated with people who are unwilling to seek virtues in the people with whom they disagree is a world which cannot improve and progress.