Editor’s Note: Dispelling Surfing’s Masculine Ideal – An ode to the many women who make up the world’s varied lineups, from the latest issue of SURFER magazine

Editor’s Note: Dispelling Surfing’s Masculine Ideal – An ode to the many women who make up the world’s varied lineups, from the latest issue of SURFER magazine

We take a look at some of the most adept women in surfing–not focusing how they stack up to their male counterparts, but how their unique perspectives and experiences shape their approach to riding waves and following their passions. with six women who are carving distinguished paths in the realms of competitive surfing, shaping, slab hunting, longboarding and beyond (“A Line Of Their Own,” pg. 50).

This issue is meant to be–plain and simple–an ode to the many women who make up the world’s varied lineups and a celebration of the fact that the concept of good surfing knows no gender.

If you took a survey of all the lineups around the world, you’d see that surfing is more diverse than ever, with men and women drawing unique lines on varied surfcraft with styles that span the entire spectrum of femininity and masculinity.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

Editor’s Note: Dispelling Surfing’s Masculine Ideal   An ode to the many women who make up the world’s varied lineups, from the latest issue of SURFER magazine surf photo  Editor’s Note: Dispelling Surfing’s Masculine Ideal   An ode to the many women who make up the world’s varied lineups, from the latest issue of SURFER magazine surf photo  Editor’s Note: Dispelling Surfing’s Masculine Ideal   An ode to the many women who make up the world’s varied lineups, from the latest issue of SURFER magazine surf photo

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