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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #270 on: March 14, 2022, 01:58:25 AM »
I figure this might be the right place to ask does anyone know where I can buy Unity, There or Glue boards in europe?

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #271 on: March 17, 2022, 12:49:59 PM »


I copped a book at the store today.

I want to do a comp this summer. Im frickin lonely. I feel wack cruising this area.
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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #272 on: March 21, 2022, 01:31:54 PM »
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A bird recently informed me that very soon, my favorite LGBTQ+ skate brand will be distributed through SF's premier manufacturer/distributor.
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my skateboard isn't gay enough, did they sell all of them already?

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #273 on: March 26, 2022, 03:26:09 PM »
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A bird recently informed me that very soon, my favorite LGBTQ+ skate brand will be distributed through SF's premier manufacturer/distributor.
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Big if true
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We goní come back to this in a week or two.
Agreed?
Iíll see you here, then.
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my skateboard isn't gay enough, did they sell all of them already?
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https://www.slapmagazine.com/index.php?topic=121463.msg3730478#new
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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #274 on: March 26, 2022, 06:34:56 PM »
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A bird recently informed me that very soon, my favorite LGBTQ+ skate brand will be distributed through SF's premier manufacturer/distributor.
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Big if true
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We goní come back to this in a week or two.
Agreed?
Iíll see you here, then.
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my skateboard isn't gay enough, did they sell all of them already?
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Well, there it is!
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https://www.slapmagazine.com/index.php?topic=121463.msg3730478#new
God bless, super stoked to see this. I hope this means we'll get some There twin tails
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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #275 on: March 26, 2022, 09:53:45 PM »
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A bird recently informed me that very soon, my favorite LGBTQ+ skate brand will be distributed through SF's premier manufacturer/distributor.
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Big if true
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We goní come back to this in a week or two.
Agreed?
Iíll see you here, then.
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my skateboard isn't gay enough, did they sell all of them already?
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Well, there it is!
Olí Lou would never steer you wrong.

https://www.slapmagazine.com/index.php?topic=121463.msg3730478#new

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #276 on: March 28, 2022, 03:30:34 PM »
Pretty dope there with deluxe now

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #277 on: March 28, 2022, 05:29:25 PM »
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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #278 on: March 28, 2022, 05:36:16 PM »
I'm a cis hetero white male, but with that said would love to support Unity and There further. Would I be a culture vulture or exploitative if I buy their gear? I know it sounds stupid, but I want to make sure that there isn't a tasteless representation or something.

itís not stupid, itís a thoughtful question based in respect. i donít pretend to speak for anyone but myself but i think itíd be rad to see you wearing that stuff. itís a signal (hopefully backed up by action) that the spot or the park or the shop is a place i can be my queer, trans self without hiding.

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #279 on: April 11, 2022, 01:23:56 PM »
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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #280 on: April 12, 2022, 11:27:12 AM »
I honestly had a phase of my sexuality where I was going through an existential crisis and figuring out my attraction to guys and women while living/going to uni in the Bay Area. I am a queer/lgtbq+ ally for sure, but sometimes the vibes and my own personal self-esteem gets shattered while skating with cis and straight men, especially coming from a military families and areas where I have lived that have high military presence (I am a military brat who was raised by my dad, who served in the military for like 27+ years). I do want to be independent and finally escape the verbal barking and bullshit I experienced in military housing and my parents, but my parents are getting old and are retiring soon, and I do feel that I will he pigeon-holed to be the only person in my household to take care of them during retirement, as the so-called ďobedient son of my immediate familyĒ does. I also have 3 brothers who arenít as close as I am with my parents, so I feel that it is my responsibility to be the responsible brother to help my family out in desperate need. Sorry for this tangent rant, just letting my emotions and trauma out

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #281 on: May 03, 2022, 02:07:36 PM »
Pride month is fast approaching, drop your local queer skate meetups if you got them!

Here's on for Pittsburgh:
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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #282 on: May 03, 2022, 02:41:20 PM »
I honestly had a phase of my sexuality where I was going through an existential crisis and figuring out my attraction to guys and women while living/going to uni in the Bay Area. I am a queer/lgtbq+ ally for sure, but sometimes the vibes and my own personal self-esteem gets shattered while skating with cis and straight men, especially coming from a military families and areas where I have lived that have high military presence (I am a military brat who was raised by my dad, who served in the military for like 27+ years). I do want to be independent and finally escape the verbal barking and bullshit I experienced in military housing and my parents, but my parents are getting old and are retiring soon, and I do feel that I will he pigeon-holed to be the only person in my household to take care of them during retirement, as the so-called ďobedient son of my immediate familyĒ does. I also have 3 brothers who arenít as close as I am with my parents, so I feel that it is my responsibility to be the responsible brother to help my family out in desperate need. Sorry for this tangent rant, just letting my emotions and trauma out

you don't owe your parents shit, especially if they brought you up in a somewhat toxic military drill environment. i know it's hard, i still try to please my asshole military dad(who was also in the military for decades, but was never actually deployed but loves to act like he was) to this day, and all i get from it is recurring episodes of being suicidal and feeling like i shouldn't exist at all. they could die any minute and i haven't seen them since before covid and they don't even want to see me because i'm just an annoying worm to them.

don't be like me. i wasted almost two decades of my life trying to make my parents happy in any way before i realized that that will never happen regardless of what i do or am. i'm sorry for being this blunt, but if they can't take the truth about your sexuality and be cool with it, then ditch them. our boomer parents had all the time and resources to prepare for their old age. most of us can't do that because we are not part of that shitty boomer generation that literally stole everything from the following generations to live the lushest life while they made the earth borderline uninhabitable within 40 years and now vote for proto fascists everywhere in their twilight years because they are literally brainrotted/demented from lead poisoning. 

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Re: queer skaters talking about queer shit
« Reply #283 on: May 12, 2022, 01:55:20 AM »
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I honestly had a phase of my sexuality where I was going through an existential crisis and figuring out my attraction to guys and women while living/going to uni in the Bay Area. I am a queer/lgtbq+ ally for sure, but sometimes the vibes and my own personal self-esteem gets shattered while skating with cis and straight men, especially coming from a military families and areas where I have lived that have high military presence (I am a military brat who was raised by my dad, who served in the military for like 27+ years). I do want to be independent and finally escape the verbal barking and bullshit I experienced in military housing and my parents, but my parents are getting old and are retiring soon, and I do feel that I will he pigeon-holed to be the only person in my household to take care of them during retirement, as the so-called ďobedient son of my immediate familyĒ does. I also have 3 brothers who arenít as close as I am with my parents, so I feel that it is my responsibility to be the responsible brother to help my family out in desperate need. Sorry for this tangent rant, just letting my emotions and trauma out
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you don't owe your parents shit, especially if they brought you up in a somewhat toxic military drill environment. i know it's hard, i still try to please my asshole military dad(who was also in the military for decades, but was never actually deployed but loves to act like he was) to this day, and all i get from it is recurring episodes of being suicidal and feeling like i shouldn't exist at all. they could die any minute and i haven't seen them since before covid and they don't even want to see me because i'm just an annoying worm to them.

don't be like me. i wasted almost two decades of my life trying to make my parents happy in any way before i realized that that will never happen regardless of what i do or am. i'm sorry for being this blunt, but if they can't take the truth about your sexuality and be cool with it, then ditch them. our boomer parents had all the time and resources to prepare for their old age. most of us can't do that because we are not part of that shitty boomer generation that literally stole everything from the following generations to live the lushest life while they made the earth borderline uninhabitable within 40 years and now vote for proto fascists everywhere in their twilight years because they are literally brainrotted/demented from lead poisoning.

Thanks for your blunt honesty man. Glad to know orher military kids on this forum who can relate in some level. I do wanna possibly move out to Oakland and really find my community wherever, that doesnt have dickish macho military and law enforcement heads always messing with me. Im from San Diego, and honestly even the hillcrest queers give off some weird anti-homeless energy and think theyre so entitled (mostly white gays imo). Maybe im being too judgy, but I used to hang out with lots of Queer non-skater poc queers and transitioning men in the area and they even felt the vibe too. Itís might have changed now, but I havenít really gone to hillcrest outside of restaurants I love there in a few years because of the weird vibes I possibly bring, or the rich doctor/really high educated gay men that are very anti-homeless and anti-mental health