Friday, June 3, 2011

Judge throws out the case of the switch hitters

A judge upheld a league's decision to disqualify three men from the 2008 gay World Series for not being "gay" enough. Shockingly, the team in question hailed from San Francisco. You're telling me San Francisco couldn't find nine gay men to form a team? In an unsuccessful effort to sway the judge, the three defendants showed up to the hearing wearing Wham! t-shirts...

Judge refuses to toss out lawsuit over gay softball

A federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by three men who claim they were disqualified from the 2008 Gay Softball World Series near Seattle for not being gay enough.

The men, members of a San Francisco softball team, say they were questioned in front of a room full of strangers about their sexual preferences after a protest was lodged alleging their team had violated a rule that limited to two the number of heterosexuals on any team.

The team has already found at least one replacement for the three...

Local News | Judge refuses to toss out lawsuit over gay softball | Seattle Times Newspaper

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