Surf’s up for gay riders

May 8, 2010 in Articles by thomasadmin

Published by Timeout
The idea of a gay surfer is no longer a fantasy character in porn, but an everyday reality.

The iconic image of the Aussie surfer is being challenged with the launch of a new website for gay surfers. The long-overdue site welcomes queer surfers from Australia and abroad to join its forums and chat about everything from coming-out experiences as a surfer through to the best hidden wave-riding spots in the country.

Gaysurfers.net webmaster, Thomas, launched the site after being frustrated while trying to locate an online site where gay surfers could become part of network. Within the first three months of its launch the site has already signed up 250 members. The daily membership growth reflects the relevance of the underground queer surfing culture that has remained relatively closeted to date.

Whether you like to longboard or boogie, the site allows you to contribute your thoughts and comments. The idea of a gay surfer is no longer a fantasy character in porn, but an everyday reality.

Check out gaysurfers.net today.