The language is a little off-kilter here (i.e. “Surfer Chicks”), but the sentiment is great. It’s always interesting to see what mainstream cultures sees in our culture: Surfer Chicks Are
Lesson here: See injustice, challenge it! Female surfer happy with resolution over ‘sexist’ competition JOHN COWPLAND/FAIRFAX NZ Surfer Marguerite Vujcich says she is happy to take up the challenge of
This short by Eva Davis-Boermans is a super sweet look at the power of women’s surfing through grace, inclusion and creating supportive surfing community.
photo from sallyfitzgibbons.com It takes courage to speak up about inequality, especially within the industry that’s creating it. I’ve always wondered why so few of the top female surfers
Study to research how power of alternative sports shines post-disaster CATE BROUGHTON November 13 2015 via Stuff.co.nz SUPPLIED Sports sociologist Dr Holly Thorpe has received a $300,000 Marsden Fund grant
via SurferMag.com This year saw the release of Ava Warbrick’s Stephanie in the Water, a documentary film that captures Stephanie Gilmore speaking unguardedly and unapologetically about various truths, like her mindful
I’m pretty slow to take notice of pro surf contest happenings, but I recently noticed the lack of a Roxy sticker on Sally Fitzgibbon’s white little thrusters. I couldn’t help