W hen Thomas Castets sat down at his computer in Sydney four years ago and began writing a blog, he had one modest aim. Within two weeks, people had got in touch. Now his website, gaysurfers. And as the membership grew — to include many who thought they were only gay surfer in the world — so did the stories. Surfers, including many professional ones, were writing to Castets to explain how they had felt compelled to keep their sexuality secret, faced homophobia in the sport or struggled in the surf industry as a result of coming out. Their journey — captured in award-winning documentary Out in the Line-up , which premieres in the UK this week — sheds a light on the experiences of gay surfers around the world as it seeks to understand why the sport continues to struggle to be open about the issue.
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A companion to Nat Youngs legendary History of Surfing - the biggest-selling surfing book ever - this groundbreaking documentary presents the history of surfing in Australia from its origins in , through its development with wooden boards, the Malibu revolution of the 50s and 60s, the shortboard revolution of the 70s and into the radical 80s. Written, directed and narrated by Nat Young, a four-time World Champion who was integral to surfings evolution into a high-performance, high-profile global sport, The History of Australian Surfing reflects his deep and detailed knowledge of surf and beach culture, and illustrates how Australia emerged as the dominant force in modern pro surfing. Log in. Social Sciences.