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20:33 | 26th April 2017

News: World

Wed 21 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


It alleges that after another team complained, the alliance ruled the three men were "nongay," and took away the team's second-place finish

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Three bisexual Men V. Gay Softball World Series

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Three bisexual men from the San Francisco area have filed a lawsuit claiming they were discriminated against during the Gay Softball World Series in the Seattle area two years ago.

The Seattle Times reports that the men filed the federal complaint Tuesday against the softball tournament's organizer, the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance. It alleges that after another team complained, the alliance ruled the three men were "nongay," and took away the team's second-place finish.

An attorney for the alliance says the three plaintiffs were not discriminated against illegally and the alliance is a private organization that can determine its membership.



Information from: The Seattle Times, http://www.seattletimes.com

Source: AP

 

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