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Politics Archive

Saturday

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April 2015

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“Objects don’t Object”*

Written by , Posted in Feminism, Politics

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Conversations about sexism are exactly like conversations about climate change: an overwhelming amount of empirical evidence exists for the damage it causes and what it specifically looks/acts like, pretty much everyone agrees it’s happening, but the causes, the behaviors, both systemic and subjective, that continue to drive it and make it worse, are often presented […]

Tuesday

29

July 2014

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Wednesday

23

July 2014

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Saturday

1

February 2014

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The Privilege of Following Your Dreams

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, History, Media Literacy, Politics, Surfing, Writing

Jill Manos

I have found that in (nearly) every conversations about and within surfing, the hierarchy of power and privilege is the single most often overlooked underlying assumption to each of these conversations. But I also believe that this open door, this obvious omission, allows the exact rupture needed for intense analysis and change to permeate the […]

Tuesday

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July 2013

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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 […]

Tuesday

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May 2013

13

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Monday

20

May 2013

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Monday

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April 2013

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Surfing

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, environment, Environmental Justice, Politics, Surfing

phantom

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54zpFh0KuK0&w=560&h=315] ob but really look on… Los padres de la hacienda had fought the mud from the periphery of the building for years, mud that was laced in the building’s own genetic-code, mud that dressed the building in droplet skirts when La Virgen wept from heaven (so they said), mud that speckled the interior […]

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