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Gay softball league must stay (mostly) gay, rules judge

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Looks like the Gay Softball World Series will remain (mostly) that way. A federal judge in Seattle has ruled that the league can continue to limit the number of non-gay players on each team (as it stands now, there's a limit of two vagina-lovers per team). The decision comes after a San Francisco team, known as D2, lost their second place standing in 2008 because they had three bisexual players.

This seems a little nit-picky to me. I mean, three bi dudes is surely equal to 1.5 straight guys. Sexuality is totally quantifiable, right? But now we know, much like how there's no crying in baseball, there's no sexual fluidity in softball. So for now if you're not totally out, you're probably out.