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Their team had gone to the Gay Softball World Series before, but had never finished better than fourth place. Inthe team made it all the way to the championship game, when they were shocked to learn that their eligibility to play was being challenged based on a NAGAAA rule limiting the number of non-Gay players who could play on a World Series team. The players were called into a conference room, where they were questioned in front of more than 25 people about their sexual orientations and private lives.

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A gay softball organization has agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to three players who were disqualified from its Gay Softball World Series in the Seattle area because of their perceived heterosexuality. A gay softball organization has agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to three players who were disqualified from its Gay Softball World Series because of their perceived heterosexuality. And as part of the settlement announced Monday, their team will be awarded the second-place trophy it was denied at the time.

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T hree years ago, a disagreement erupted on some ball fields just south of Seattle. The Gay Softball World Series was under way, an alternate universe of competitive sports that moves each year to a different city, bringing with it nearly gay softball teams from across the United States and Canada, as well as thousands of spectators. Drag queens rally the fans.

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With the gay marriage bill being passed in New York, and Pride celebrations taking place across the country, we revisit the question still vexing the world of gay softball: how many straight players are too many? A while ago we wrote about three bisexual men suing the Gay World Series for excluding them because they "weren't gay enough. The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance has been the governing body for gay softball for the past 33 years, and the hard and fast rule is that each team can have a maximum of two heterosexual players on their roster.

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District Court. It accuses the alliance of violating Washington state laws barring discrimination. According to the lawsuit, the three California men were on a softball team called D2 that advanced to the championship game in Seattle.

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SEATTLE — A gay softball organization that runs an annual tournament called the Gay Softball World Series can keep its rule limiting the number of heterosexual players on each team, a federal judge has ruled. The decision came in a lawsuit filed by three men who say they were disqualified from the annual tournament because they weren't gay enough. They said in the suit filed last year that their team's second-place finish in the tournament in Washington state was nullified because they are bisexual, not gay, and thus their team exceeded the limit of two non-gay players.

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Their team had gone to the Gay Softball World Series before, but had never finished better than fourth place. Inthe team made it all the way to the championship game, when they were shocked to learn that their eligibility to play was being challenged based on a NAGAAA rule limiting the number of non-gay players who could play on a World Series team. The players were called into a conference room, where they were questioned in front of more than 25 people, most of them strangers, about their sexual orientations and private lives. In the settlement, NAGAAA also expressed regret at the impact the protest hearing process had on the players and their team.

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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 case Tuesday in U. 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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