Alright. This is confusing!!
Here’s the story:
During the 2008 Gay Softball World Series in Seattle, North American Gay Amateur Athletic Association officials interrogated three Bay Area softball players about whether or not they are gay.
The three players asserted that they were bisexual, but they’re now suing the sports association for discrimination.
Said NCLR staff attorney Melanie Rowen:
“Sports leagues are all about fair play, diversity, and inclusion. Unfortunately, when our clients traveled with their team to the Gay Softball World Series, what they got instead was an atmosphere of hostility, discrimination, and suspicion.”
We LOVE the gay softball league, but they NEED to be careful about this kind of thing! Discrimination on ANY LEVEL is unacceptable!
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