San Diego, CA, February 28, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- International Women's Surf Day is being organized on April 8, 2018 encouraging women worldwide to gather their girlfriends and share their aloha spirit on their favorite peak. The event is driven by a group of female San Diego Surfers who feel that gender roles have no place in the ocean. The event is an opportunity for women surfers everywhere to remind the surf community that the ocean is a sacred space to be shared by all.
Participant Alexia Bregman said, “We are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the ocean a more inclusive place for all women. We strive to bring an equality by imparting our good vibes and encouragement to all.” Fellow participant Nicole Gergans added that, “it’s about bringing aloha and not shying away from the peak and reverting to sitting on the sidelines,” something that many female surfers feel compelled to do, giving the “peak” spot on the wave to male surfers.
The group's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/womenssurfday offers details on where various groups of surfers are meeting, and women from as far as Nicaragua and Sri Lanka are already planning to participate.
Find out more information at www.internationalwomenssurfday.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org