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In a recent STAB interview, pro surfer Matt Wilkinson (AKA Wilko) shows the rainbow car he was given by Holden to drive around in Byron […]

“Being good to yourself and finding community can be a powerful form of activism”by Keph Senett This week, a group of surfers will hit the […]

I get a lot of messages from members (gay surfers) wondering where to find a gay friendly surf resort, or surf shops, places to go […]

Gay surfers gathered at Piha Beach for the annual Pride surf session, part of Auckland Pride Festival. Head high surf with occasional bigger set waves! […]

I had an idea that could be hugely beneficial for the development of surfing in Ireland. Whilst chatting to a very dominant Irish surfer (who […]

SUNDAY 19 FEBRUARY, 10AM-MIDDAY PIHA BEACH  11 MARINE PARADE SOUTH, PIHA FREE EVENT Join the Gay Surfers for a surf session at Piha Beach, followed […]

Deep Water – The Real Story is a feature-length documentary presenting first-hand accounts of Sydney’s gay hate killings in the 1980s and 1990s. This documentary […]

THE GHOST SHIP from Brett Shaw on Vimeo. Life can be brutal. Often we focus on the joy and fun and freedom of surfing. There […]

Ian Thomson, the director behind OUT IN THE LINEUP, is now working on his next project: a short film and website called THE INVISIBLE EDGE. […]

Gay Premier League footballers would perform better if they were to come out, a parliamentary hearing on homophobia in sport has been told. British race […]

Ian Thomson, the director behind OUT IN THE LINEUP, is now working on his next project: a short film and website called THE INVISIBLE EDGE. […]

Brian Anderson just made skateboarding history! The athlete, who won Thrasher’s Skater of the Year award and the World Cup of Skateboarding title in 1999, […]

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