For LGBTs Who Surf (

By The Editors April 13th, 2010.
A new site called is hoping to attract the attention of the world’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender surfers, according to a story on Passport Magazine.
Surfing is often seen as a macho sport where many fear rejection for being gay. In the past, some professionals who came out lost their sponsorships. So, to provide more solidarity among LGBT surfers worldwide, came to be. Membership is anonymous, free, and secure. Among the site’s offerings are gay surfing articles, lists of LGBT friendly surf spots, and a list of films inspired by “gay” and “surf” themes.
If you like charging the waves (and you’re gay) then reach for your mouse and point it to If only Phil Hartman were still alive to read that line out loud. . .

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