In this scenario, you have a young son. He's going to a private school because the one in your area has a reputation of high academic achievements and your significant other really liked that feature. One day, your son tells you that he wants to be an altar boy. For training, he and another boy would have to spend a few hours in the chapel with Father Bruce. How do you respond?
Same scenario. You have a young son. He's in the boy scouts. There's going to be an upcoming camping trip with Scoutmaster Travolta. Travolta is unmarried and 40something and a few other parents suspect that he's gay and don't want their little boy stuck in the woods with him. Mr. Travolta is a photographer by profession. The head count of the scouts going (not including your son) is 4. Do you let your son go?
Your hypothetical 14 year old daughter wants to join the volleyball team. The girl's volleyball coach is a 20something year old guy named Mr. Tribbiani. Mr. Tribbiani is an ex-Olympian from Italy and usually he'll be the only adult around, as they practice on Saturdays. Do you let her join?
Your 14 year old daughter wants to join the NRA club at her school. The sponsor of the club, Mr. Limbaugh, has a lot of guns and twice a month he'll take the club out to shoot bottles. The club's motto is 'Exercise your God-given right'. Do you let her join?