I am a very tolerant person. The only thing I am intolerant of is intolerance.
However, sexuality covers a broad spectrum. Many people try homosexuality for a while, then go back to hetero. Many people just like variety and live happily as bisexuals. So I would be interested to know if BSA has defined what constitutes a homosexual? You know, sometimes sexual orientation IS a choice, and not hard-wired from birth. Sometimes it is not a choice. I would hope the BSA doesn't lump anyone who has tried homosexual encounters out of curiosity as homosexual. That would eliminate a very large portion of the American male population.
And a pedophile is a pedophile. I guess it would be OK for a heterosexual male pedophile to work for the BSA, as they pose no risk to the boys!
I am an atheist (AKA Buddhist). I wonder if the BSA would let me in? I am also pretty much asexual, and many people find that to be the oddest and most uncomfortable of all orientations. Shouldn't be a problem with the BSA though.
But as many other posters have pointed out, these are topics that shouldn't really come up in a scouting encounter. However, on principle alone I certainly would never consider working for such an organisation. I also think it's time for the government to amend its discrimination policy to include gender and sexual orientation. Then, if the BSA wanted continued government funding they would HAVE to change their hiring policy.