Thursday, June 30, 2011

NAGAAA Ends Anti-LGBTQ Policy

The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance has decided that bisexuals and transgender people should be allowed to play on their no-more-than-two-straights teams. They have also decided to determine sexual orientation based on self-identification (instead of things like a roomful of people who get to question you about your sex life and then vote on whether you are gay enough to play gay softball).

It just took a lawsuit.

I'll leave you with this quote:
The problem with a narrow definition, said Christopher Stoll of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, which represents the plaintiffs, is how to define “gay.”

“How do you prove if someone is gay or straight?” he said. “One of the most disturbing things about the league’s position in this case is that there’s only one way of being gay, or one view of being gay. The definition did not include bisexual, or transgendered. Our clients break the stereotypes of what gay is supposed to be.”

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