When my son made Eagle in the mid-90's, he had to exhibit some religious behavior (luckily he and his mom went to a Unitarian Church, which counted, even though both were atheists), and they didn't bother to ask him about his sexual orientation, which would have sort of ruined the whole thing. Since he was gay. So he lucked out, so to speak, because the gay thing wasn't quite as big an issue as it is now.
They should have suspected something. His Eagle community project was to head a food drive for people infected with HIV/AIDS.
He did it so he could have his Eagle card next to his drivers license so that when caught speeding he would have a better chance of having the cop let him go with a warning. It worked. Once.
I'm sure there were other reasons too, but that is the only reason he ever articulated to me. I was far prouder of his other accomplishments than I was of the Eagle thing.