“Out in the line-up”

A breakthrough film exposing the taboo of homosexuality in surfing A documentary by Thomas Castets & Ian Thomson http://outinthelineup.com/ Duration: 85 minutes running time Format: HD Video / 1920 x 1080p / PAL

Gay Surfers found on aussie shores, by FUSE mag

Written by Hayley MacDonald – Published by Fuse Magazine in Australia (March / April 2012) TEXT VERSION AUSTRALIA AS A NATION STANDS PROUD BEHIND ITS SURFER REPUTATION OF THE SUN BRONZED, MUSCLE TONED, SEXY SURFER GUY AND GIRL. We see pictures of board-short clad, six-pack carved bodies carrying their surfboard down the beach underneath their… Continue reading Gay Surfers found on aussie shores, by FUSE mag

GaySurfers – december 2011 PRESS RELEASE

GaySurfers.net – 2011 summary “There are gay people everywhere, in every profession, in all sports, including the surfing world. Yet, it’s not easy to meet other gay surfers in the line-up.” That’s why Thomas has created an online community for surfers who are gay or lesbian. “This is the first of its kind, and in… Continue reading GaySurfers – december 2011 PRESS RELEASE

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… Continue reading 1st International Gay Surfers DAY

PRESS RELEASE – Gay Surfers at the Sydney Mardi Gras!

This year, a group of surfers marched with their surfboards in the parade of the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney, Australia. Thomas, the founder of GaySurfers.net explains, “By participating in Mardi Gras, we are showing the public that a healthy diversity exists in both the gay community and the surfing community.” Led by… Continue reading PRESS RELEASE – Gay Surfers at the Sydney Mardi Gras!

Coming Out: To Be a Gay Surfer

“For all of the eye-opening experiences associated with the sport of surfing, there still seems to be very little mention or acknowledgment of surfing’s gay community,” says GaySurfers.Net Founder, Thomas C. (pictured in West Timor). Surfers like to travel, and, luckily, our nomadic tendencies give us the opportunity to learn about the world’s races, religions,… Continue reading Coming Out: To Be a Gay Surfer