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Gay Softball League Responds To Suit

The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Association has issued an open letter in response to the lawsuit filed against them by the National Center for Lesbian Rights. The lawsuit contends that the NAGAAA’s gay softball league discriminated when it disqualified a San Francisco team for having too many straight players. At its core, NAGAAA is a grass roots organization dedicated ...

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San Francisco: Players Sue Gay Softball League For Sexual Discrimination

In August 2008, a team from San Francisco was disqualified from the gay softball World Series in Seattle for having too many straight players on the team. The rules stipulated that no more than two players on a team may be straight. Now three of the players from the disqualified team are suing the league for sexual discrimination. In a ...

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Too Straight To Play

Last month a winning San Francisco softball team was disqualified from the gay softball World Series after a judge ruled that they had too many straight players. The rules stipulate that no more than two players on a team may be straight. D2, a team from San Francisco, beat the Atlanta Mudcats in the series to qualify for the A ...

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