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Van Dyke, Fred: The Peril of Surf. Life Australia, 1 April 1968. Photographs by Neil Leifer [Sports Illustrated], Leroy Grannis, Dr. Don James, Ron Church, […]

Nick Vallejo is a swimmer, surfer and lifeguard who struggled reconciling his religion with being gay. by Nick Vallejo  Nick VallejoPhoto by Connor Trimble North shore of […]

As Australia voted “YES” to marriage equality today which I support. Very honoured to run into @ian.thorpe what a bloody legend!! A post shared by […]

Glad to see the Tamarama SLSC Surf Life Saving Club express support for gay marriage in Australia ! On Sunday 8 October, more than 5,000 […]

Surfing: the sport of freedom? We often talk about how surfing is freedom, surfing is joy, surfing is an alternative lifestyle and a pure means […]

I am a gay surfer from France, in the process of making a film in Hossegor, south west France called “Les saints de Kiko“. The […]

Gay Surf Brazil is the only LGBT Surf Camp in South America. Now on its 4th edition, it provides a safe and friendly environment for those […]

I am the director of the film OUT in the line-up, I thought you might like to know that my film latest short film THE […]

Hint: There is none. Article published by Stab Mag At a professional level, men surf better than women. Maybe it’s the result of a decades-long […]

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 […]

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