By Chris Summers For Mailonline. The Seattle Mariners had to make a groveling apology after a lesbian couple were told off for kissing at the team's first ever Pride night. Mary McHale and her partner Sara Hinton had enjoyed the game against the Milwaukee Brewers - which the Mariners won - and were waiting for a ride afterwards when a steward told them to stop smooching because it was a 'family-friendly' event. McHale, whose grandfather is a Mariners fan, told local news website KUOW: 'My sweetheart looked at me and said what a great time we were having, and we kissed.
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The crowd hardly even pays attention when fans smooch. But then last week, a lesbian complained that an usher at Safeco Field asked her to stop kissing her date because it was making another fan uncomfortable. The incident has exploded on local TV, on talk radio and in the blogosphere and has touched off a debate over public displays of affection in generally gay-friendly Seattle. Those people see a gay or lesbian couple and they stare or say something," said Josh Friedes of Equal Rights Washington. Everyday things can become sources of trauma. As the Mariners played the Boston Red Sox on May 26, Sirbrina Guerrero and her date were approached in the third inning by an usher who told them their kissing was inappropriate, Guerrero said.
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Outsports reports that, last Friday, at the Angles-Mariners game, a lesbian couple was issued a reprimand by a Safeco Field usher — basically, they were informed, in writing, of a complaint by other fans — for a public display of affection. Hugging and kissing. Nothing unusual and nothing extreme.
A recent story has popped up in FoxSports news, about a recent happening at Safeco Field in seattle. Most of the time, a kiss is just a kiss in the stands at Seattle Mariners games. The crowd hardly even pays attention when fans smooch.