Meet Sirbrina Guerrero, the lesbian kisser at Safeco Field who was told to stop kissing her date. See photos, video and read a biography of Sirbrina here.
On May 26, Sirbrina Guerrero, a lesbian, and her date were told by an usher at Safeco Field that they needed to stop kissing because a fan in the stands was uncomfortable with their PDA. In addition, the usher told them that their kissing was “inappropriate”. Sirbrina, needless to say, was surprised by the request.
“I was really just shocked,” Guerrero said. “Seattle is so gay-friendly. There was a couple like seven rows ahead making out. We were just showing affection.”
In a statement released by the Seattle Mariners, Sirbrina and her date were told that they could continue kissing, but had to “tone it down”. It went on to say:
“The women refused to modify their behavior, began swearing at the seating hosts and complained that they were being singled out for their sexual orientation,” the club said.
Before each Seattle Mariners game is played, the code of conduct is announced and it explains that “public displays of affection are not appropriate in a public, family setting”.
Sirbrina maintains that she was simply exchanging quick kisses with her date and by no means was she making out with her. Besides, they were eating garlic fries…heh heh.
As a biography, Sirbrina is 23 years old. She has three brothers and one sister. She was a contestant on MTV’s A Shot At Love II, starring Tila Tequila. According to her bio page, she is a professional mechanical bull rider. She also works at Cowgirls Inc, a local bar in Seattle.
More photos and video of Sirbrina Guerrero are below.