The annual sale of Girl Scout Cookies is one of the big fundraisers for the organization.  But now a Girl Scout is calling for a boycott of the cookie sales.

FOX News Radio's Ron Flatter has details:

She identifies herself only as "Taylor," a southern California teenager with a request for the public.

("Taylor" Video) "Boycott purchasing Girl Scout Cookies.  There are better ways to support Girl Scout girls."

And Taylor says she is a Girl Scout, has been for eight years, but she's unhappy the national organization accepted a Colorado 7-year-old who is a transgender boy.

("Taylor" Video) "If Girl Scouts claims they provide an 'all-girl experience,' but then admit boys without letting girls and their parents know about it, isn't that deceptive?"

The Girl Scouts say they're an inclusive organization, open to any child who identifies as a girl.

Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.