Brian Anderson might have come out publicly for the first time, but what does it mean for skateboarding as a whole? Patrick Welch revisits an unanswered question: is skateboarding riddled with homophobia?
South Africa is still reeling from decades of divisive rule. In Soweto, the township-turned-city that first triggered the fight for civil rights, a new counter-culture is burning. It’s raw. It’s punk. It doesn’t give a fuck. And it’s writing its own history.
To celebrate 10 years of Huck, we're digging through the archives to unearth our favourite stories about inspiring people and movements who have graced the magazine's pages. Kicking things off: a story from the first issue, penned by then-editor, now publisher, Vince Medeiros.
Situated on the West Bank of Palestinian territory, Qalqilya is a city surrounded by walls. Within this confinement though, SkateQilya is offering a place for a new generation of skateboarders to explore artistic expression.