Sweet Irony: the Other Side of Sexual Preference Discrimination

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    A federal judge ruled that the organization does, indeed, have the constitutional right to limit the number of heterosexual players on each team? WTH??? This whole idea of 'protected classes' has got to go.
     
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    Would he have said the same is the NBL said 'No Gays' or 'Only one fag per team'?

    Methinks there'd be a million angry neolefties screaming about this if it were the other way around
     
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    Let me guess: The Bi-Sexual guys are the pitchers, and the Gays are the catchers right? :lol:
     
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    The judge’s ruling is consistent with Boy Scouts of America et al. v. Dale (2000), where the Court held compelling the BSA to allow gay scout leaders violates the organization’s freedom of association allowing private organizations to retain their unique composition.
     

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