I struggled with this too. But, knowing my girls are left to socialize and be in this world for now, I chose to become the Girl Scout Leader. I don’t do the GS pledge with our troop, we don’t use the GS guidelines about personal matters (like “women’s health”) instead I teach the girls practical old school “homesteading” type skills like sewing and cooking and shopping on a budget, and I read the stories of girl heroes in the Bible. And camping admiring God’s handiwork. And we do community service.
Send boxes for Operation Christmas Child through Samaritan’s Purse etc. I’m fortunate because so far I haven’t had my chops busted for sharing my faith with the girls; one advantage of the bit backwards traditional state of Missouri. The GS is not ideal but at least I can monitor what they’re exposed to socially and the adult role models they interact with. That said, the BSA wanting to let girls join is sad and just a liberal, gender confusion sign of our times