The National Center for Lesbian Rights sued the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance because the latter organization stripped a San Francisco “gay” mens softball team called D2 of its second place finish in the NAGAAA’s softball tournament. The organization’s rules limited each team to no more than two non-gay players. After a losing team complained, NAGAAA interviewed D2 team members and concluded that D2 has three non-gay players. NCLR’s lawsuit alleges that NAGAAA engaged in discrimination.
See the complaint.