Lesbian Group Sues Gay Softball Organization for Stripping San Francisco Gay Softball Team of 2nd Place Finish in Gay Softball Tournament
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.