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Gay World Series is headed to Dallas

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Ryan Holdhusen Trans team members argue the games should be moved out of Texas as a response to Abbott’s bigotry DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writertaffet@dallasvoice.com Brittney Miller manages the Puget Sound Pronouns softball team in Seattle’s Emerald City Softball Association, and Miller wants the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance to move this summer’s Gay Softball World Series out of Dallas because of Gov.

Greg Abbott’s treatment of trans kids. Two Seattle teams have said they won’t travel to Dallas should they qualify for the World Series, and one Portland team is calling on its league to boycott the games, according to Outsports.

Two months ago, Miller posted a Change.org petition called “NAGAAA: You must move the gay World Series out of Dallas if you support trans rights.” That petition has gotten 651 signatures so far.

NAGAAA is the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance that oversees softball competition with more than 17,000 players in 46 cities.

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