Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Church says softball team with gay coach can't play

"A women's softball coach in Memphis said her team was banned from a church league after learning she was gay. Jana Jacobson said her team is made up of straight and gay players. They were looking for more games to play when they discovered the Cordova church had a league. Jacobson said she registered, paid the entry fee and attended an organizational meeting," reports Associated Press. " Later, a church official called her seeking another meeting. At that one, officials began questioning whether she was gay. When she said she was gay, they told her the team could not play. Bellevue spokesman Jim Barnwell said the church had no comment on the incident."

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