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Icons Are For Everyone

Surfing culture is always changing, evolving, moving and improvising—in some ways reflecting
the act of surfing itself. And as surfing culture grows to include more voices and represent a
broader range of experiences, it only becomes more dynamic.

This Pride Month, we’re celebrating that evolution through “Icons Are For Everyone”, a series of
stories highlighting LGBTQ+ leaders who are creating a more inclusive surfing culture. You may
have read about the work of ever-provocative artist and surfer Stephen Milner, who imagined an
alternative, queer surf history in his book “A Spiritual Good Time”. Maybe you’ve heard about
New York’s Benny’s Club, which hosts surf meetups for queer and BIPOC wave sliders in the
Rockaways. Perhaps you follow the Instagram page for Queer Surf Club, which uplifts the surf
experiences of queer surfers from around the globe. But if not, it’s time you should.



These folks are at the forefront of change in surfing culture—a culture with a history rife with
homophobia. They’re making the queer surf experience more visible and creating space for all
surfers to more fully express who they are—and surfing culture is better for their efforts.
To show our support, Quiksilver will be uplifting their stories all month long, and helping them
bring new initiatives to life. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating these leaders throughout Pride
Month, and continue supporting them long after for their work making surfing more
inclusive—and more dynamic.