Cori Schumacher: State of Flux

Gay Archive

Monday

30

March 2015

2

COMMENTS

Vans, Reef, and Anti-Gay Legislation

Written by , Posted in Environmental Justice, Gay, Social Justice

ReefVAns

“There’s something very dangerous happening in states across the country. A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to discriminate against their neighbors. Some, such as the bill enacted in Indiana last week that drew a national outcry and one passed in Arkansas, say individuals can cite their personal […]

Friday

25

April 2014

2

COMMENTS

Friday

7

March 2014

0

COMMENTS

When Surfing Opened It’s Heart…

Written by , Posted in Gay, poetry, Surfing

BBFF-award

…to gay surfers. Love what has harmed, transform the darkness, learn to ride what seeks to conform and distort. Not victims of any past, but scholars of influence for the bravery of those future tense. For you. For your unutterable secrets. Souls grown strong in the harmony of surrender, not to a “them” but to […]

Tuesday

16

July 2013

91

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“quick someone shoot that… feminist dyke”

Written by , Posted in Feminism, Gay, Politics, Surfing

Warwick BillSA

How controlling is Big Surfing? What are its mechanisms of control? Is this really the happy-go-lucky lifestyle it professes to be? I’ll leave that to the reader’s discretion to determine. 1) People who disagreed with Chad Wells’ comments are not all “dykes” 2) Asking Big Surfing to enter the 21st century does not equal the […]

Saturday

6

July 2013

18

COMMENTS

Lesbian-Baiting, a la roxy surfing 2013

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, Feminism, Gay, Surfing

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  One of the most prevalent tools of sexism in the surf industry has been and continues to be lesbian-baiting. Lesbian baiting occurs most often when rumblings are felt within the sexist status quo, when women gain more power in a hierarchy, or when they are acting more self-assertive and less deferential than their male-counterparts […]

Friday

24

May 2013

3

COMMENTS

Gay Surf Narratives Matter

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, Environmental Justice, Feminism, Gay, Surfing

Matt Beard, artist.

What does the swallow think of the pelican’s flight? Does Swallow wonder at Pelican’s lack of movement? Does Swallow gape at the protracted lengths of Pelican’s glide? Swallow’s agility and quickness allow it to escape hawkish predators Pelican does not fear. Swallow treats the updraft flurries of salted draughts that press against cliff sides like […]

Saturday

30

March 2013

0

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Thursday

13

September 2012

0

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