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That is, unless the organization changes its stance on their LGBT policy.
The "Call Me Maybe" singer, along with fellow act Train, have decided to pull out of a scheduled performance at July's Boy Scouts of America Jamboree. The singer doesn't agree with the organization's stance that openly gay or transgender candidates cannot be scouts.
Carly explained why she was boycotting the event on her Twitter page:
"As an artist who believes in equality for all people, I will not be participating in the Boy Scouts of America Jamboree this summer," she writes. "I always have and will continue to support the LGBT community on a global level ... and stay informed on the ever changing landscape in the ongoing battle for gay rights in this country and across the globe."
In their own statement, Train also explained why they put the brakes on performing at the Jamboree.
"When we booked this show for the Boy Scouts of America we were not aware of any policy barring openly gay people from participation within the organization. Train strongly opposes any kind of policy that questions the equality of any American citizen. We have always seen the BSA as a great and noble organization. We look forward to participating in the Jamboree this summer, as long as they make the right decision before then."
Carly and Train's decision to boycott the event comes in response to a recent Change.org petition launched by openly gay Eagle Scout Derek Nance of Reno, Nev., who asked the musicians to denounce the Scouts' anti-gay policy.
So far, the petition has more than 63,000 signatures.
"A Scout is brave, and I'm thrilled that Carly Rae and Train have joined me in standing up for what is right," said Nance, in a statement on his Change.org petition. "I hope the Boy Scouts of America also choose to be brave this May."