Getting a Push — Into the Whoosh It has been said, “When you’re a Jet you’re a Jet all the way from your first cigarette to your last dying day.” Such is the nature of being part of a tribe. Sure, there’re the rites of passage, the tribal clothes, the signifiers of rank and dominance, […]

Boards illustration

By CBboards Carolina Beach boards The stringers that make the back panels where recuperated from the old deck at my house. Destined for a landfill, which landfills are one of the top sources for emissions that create greenhouse gases. The skimboards that I have used where recuperated by means of ‘dumpster diving’. ‘Surfers are environmentalists […]

San Diego Chapter of GS at first annual meetup 2011

San Onofre is a State Park, home to many world renowned surf breaks. Trestles, Cotton, Middles, Church, Old Man’s, etc. Trail Six is to the very south. http://www.surfline.com/surf-report/san-onofre-southern-california_4237/satellite-view/ This natural beach is both a nude bathing refuge and is tangent to the Marine Corps military base of Camp Pendleton, one of America’s largest and most […]

10 Best Beginner Surf Spots Worldwide

By: Ryan Curtin Break Studios Contributing Writer Learning to surf is not easy, but getting wet at one of the world’s 10 best beginner surf spots worldwide may make learning to shred just a little bit more manageable. San Onofre, CA. While Trestles is considered one of the best performance breaks in the world, nearby […]

GS taglines: “Fruits de mer”

When visiting San Diego last year, I remember walking up the cliff at Blacks Beach with a couple of gay surfers. Jonathan kept coming up with taglines for gaysurfers.net. “Regular and goofy foot welcome!”, “Paddle Out!”, “Balanced in Diversity”… But the best one I thought was “Fruits de mer”! ‘Fruits of the sea’ in french […]

Saltwater in my Veins, by Renee Schwartz

By Renee Schwartz Renne, a transgendered surfer from South Australia wrote the true story of her own surfing life. She would love to go surfing again with her new identity… Content Growing up in Adelaide 1959 – What a year it was. I’ll never forget it! Those lazy, crazy Summer Days Surfing with the Postie […]

1st International Gay Surfers DAY

On the 17th of july 2011, Gay Surfers from around the world got together to share a day of surf at 50 different surf spots (below) Argentina – Playas de Mar del Plata – click here AUSTRALIA – Byron Bay – Belongil Beach – click here AUSTRALIA – Gold Coast – Broadbeach – click here […]

Surfin USA

Posted: 30 May 2011 by Board Collector Since moving to California I’ve spent a lot of time listening to the Beach Boys as I drive around checking out the surf. The song Sunfin USA, written by Brian Wilson and released in 1963, makes numerous references to Californian breaks that would have been surfed by Wilson’s […]

“Totally Gay”, by Brad Melekian

Thanks to @wavvves , we found this article written by Brad Melekian, called “Totally Gay” and published in 2007, about brad’s friend’s coming out story as a gay surfer who thought he was the only gay surfer in the world… They probably have heard of GaySurfers.net by now, but just to make sure I would […]

Out in the Silence

Following the story of a small American town confronting a firestorm of controversy ignited by a same-sex wedding announcement and the brutal bullying of a gay teen, this gripping documentary will challenge you to rethink your values and help close the gaps that divide our communities.

A Huge Wave of Support!

Written by David Wakefield, 8th March 2011. We all had a blast at this year’s Sydney Mardi Gras. GaySurfers.net went off! Our members worked as an organised and creative force to construct a great float, orchestrate our march and make it a fantastic moment in surfing’s history. The music, the costumes, the anticipation and sense […]

CoastOut photos

Even though it is 6 months old, I just received some photos of CoastOut, the gay and Lebian beach festival that happened in October last year in Coffs Harbour, Australia. CoastOut 2011 will happen on 28, 29, 30 October 2011 Register to attend with other Gay Surfers here: https://www.gaysurfers.net/events/active/coastout-2011/

Fluo surfer

Just found this photo in a Brazilian publication FFW Mag recently ran this oddly tantalizing editorial that’s a giddy mix of ’60s beach movies and the ’80s sci-fi cult flick Liquid Sky. Shot in Rio de Janeiro by the photography team of Zee Nunes and Andre Katapodi.

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