KOMO TV in Seattle ran a story last night about a local lesbian couple who were confronted by a security guard at a Mariners baseball game-for kissing.
Sirbrinna Guerrero, one of the women, says the couple exchanged “a peck on the lips” and were singled out by a security guard simply because they kissed each other. Guerrero says a mother sitting with her son complained to security and, as a result, they were told to STOP KISSING or leave the stadium.
Guerrero says she was called out because of her sexual orientation,
“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.”
Guerrero’s girlfriend denies the couple was guilty of an “inappropriate display of public affection” as the Mariners charge,
“We were eating garlic fries. The last thing we wanted to do was make out with each other.”
Safeco officials declined to comment on the issue.