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Text & Photos: Elisa Routa & Angèle Debuire “The Queen Classic Surf Festival represents an alternative to surf festivals and opens the realm of possibilities.” That was the very first time a surf festival grafted social and gender issues into a surfing competition and live music event. In other words, we just witnessed history. On […]
Interview: Elisa Routa Photos: Megan Costello, Lia Turiano, Aljaz Babnik, Madi Jeffery Elise Trigger grew up in Australia’s ultimate beach town. Elise is this generous and playful girl who’s always called Byron Bay her home. A girl who loves surfing The Pass and who spends most of her time in the water. So far, so […]
with Juul Hesselberth Interview: Elisa Routa Photos: Juul Hesselberth, Samuel Fairbank, Luke Feeney, Chelsea Williams “When we were competing, there was an emphasis on being marketable” claims former professional surfer Grace Styman-Lane in the documentary entitled Just Go Fucking Surfing, described as an ethnographic documentary. In the surfing industry, being gay, being fat, having an […]
The term Intersectionality resonates within the present in the United States and worldwide, and sees connections between multiple sources of oppression. We wanted to go back on the meaning of a word that is synonymous today of convergence of struggles.
Are you ok? Cause here we’re struggling. We’re heartbroken. We’re angry. We believe in EQUALITY, in every form, and we will always take a stand for it.