Opinion: Athleticism And Sexiness Can Coexist In Women’s Surfing - Stab Mag
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7x World Champ Stephanie Gilmore appeared in a 2013 Roxy Pro advertisement that drew international criticism for being overly-sexualized. The OG-female surf brand responded by stating, "It's not wrong to be an athlete and to be sexy." So, eight years later, where do we stand? Photo: Trevor Moran

Opinion: Athleticism And Sexiness Can Coexist In Women’s Surfing

Did you know Blue Crush was a surf film before it was a Hollywood movie?

Words by Mara Pyzel
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