The couple claims that they were unfairly judged because of their sexual orientation according to one of the victims, Sirbrina Guerrero.
Now Sirbrina, describe this very slowly with plenty of details.
"And he (the security guard) goes 'there's a lady whose son says he saw you guys making out, and I did, too. And you have to stop.' And I said 'well, we weren't making out, but we were kissing and I'm not going to stop,'" said Guerrero.
"(The security guard said) the mom doesn't want to explain to the kids why two girls are kissing. So I said 'well, I'm not going to stop, so you'll have to kick me out. So he said 'so I suggest you leave then,"' she said.
For starters, if that young boy was complaining about two women kissing, then the mother should get ready for lots of viewing of the Wizard of Oz and show tunes in her future. But maybe the kid has as point. As Ufford pointed out on With Lethur, these girls ain't exactly Elizabeth Berkley and Gina Gershon. (Not that the, uh, butchy ones don't deserve to be persecuted.) But still ...
Funny, Safeco officials pointed out that the stadium does have a code of conduct for personal displays of affection. But don’t most stadiums have a kissing cam that encourages couples to kiss? And don’t the comedians working the camera often pan to the two dudes in a the radio booth encouraging them to kiss? So homosexuality is funny until a couple of broads start making out in the stands.
But before we get too outraged by this, you should know that Guerrero was a contestant on Shot at Love 2. Competing for the affections of Blonde's favorite, Tila Tequila. And really, it’s hard to take a reality show media whore’s word for it. Safeco probably should have ousted all parties involved. Baseball has no use for lesbians, annoying mothers or closeted youngsters. Leave baseball for the rest of us