~Cori Schumacher: State of Flux~

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December 2014

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November 2014

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Board of Media

Written by , Posted in Media Literacy, Surfeminism

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Emma Shoesmith is a tow-headed, Brit firecracker who is currently living in London and studying at the University of Westminster. She has an infectious sense of humor, a deep-seated passion for action sports, and a refreshing vision on how to creatively package a critical perspective of women’s (under)representation and inequality in board and action sports. […]

Tuesday

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November 2014

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A Visible History of Women’s Surfing

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“A culture that cultivates silence for half of its population is not a healthy culture, even if the silence is unintentionally cultivated.” As a kid who was dragged along by my parents to events during the longboard renaissance in the late-1980s through the 1990s, I had the opportunity to mingle with the legends of surfing. […]

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October 2014

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Nº5: #theonethatIwant ?

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The new advert for Chanel Nº5, which features Gisèle Bündchen digitally surfing on a wax-less, black board, is making its way through the surf-o-sphere with commentary about how cheesy it is, but it may be the perfect representation of the desired trajectory of women’s surfing as it was created and disseminated by the surf industry […]

Wednesday

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September 2014

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ROXY Pro Trailer: One Year Later

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, Feminism, Surfeminism

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One year ago, the loudest and most visible conversation in surfing revolved around how women are represented by surf brands. Women of all ages, from every corner of the world and from every background you can imagine (lawyers, teachers, mothers, daughters, athletes of every kind), along with grandfathers, fathers, and our brothers, stood together, over […]

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July 2014

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July 2014

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July 2014

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