It's interesting that the website you linked (they're all parts of the same website, so I'll just refer to it as a whole) is solely focused on exposing issues within the Boy Scouts, and yet, even within that site, I'm seeing evidence of groups moving away from that: Obama and Romney both coming out against any discriminatory policies (Breaking News, August 9th and 6th, respectively), a pack out of Massachusetts saying explicitly that they don't accept discriminatory practices (August 23rd), and United Way threatening to pull funding (August 24th). There is a lot of carrot and stick going on, but these are very plain signs to me that things are in the process of changing.
Keep in mind, the military discriminated against homosexuals as well up until last year, and yet they're also not a "bad" organization. It just means they're a bit slower to move along with the times than other groups. If you expect change to be instantaneous and sudden because you think that's the way it should be, well, that's just not how the world works.