"The most magnificent human male God ever put on the earth"
Yesterday, while having a little chat with Kanga Cairns about the savages controlling the levers of power and the infallibly of Elon Musk, I got bored by my own voice and started fiddling on my computer asking ChatGPT to “Name some famous gay surfers.”
It’s a modern parlour game that I enjoy very much and I often post the results on these pages.
Last time, the bio of Greg Noll, one of the first surfers to charge Waimea Bay, had been expanded to include his role as a 2SLGBTQ+ pioneer.
“Greg Noll, a legendary big wave surfer from the 1960s, is also known for being openly gay. His contributions to the sport and his activism have left a lasting impact on the surfing community.”
Before that, while researching tranny surfers, you know how I like my trannies – those elfin faces, the flashy sexpot outfits – I was informed that Tia Blanco and Keala Kennelly had switched from man to gal.
One of the most well-known transgender surfers is Keala Kennelly, a professional surfer from Hawaii. Keala came out as a transgender woman in 2018 and has been open about her experiences as a trans woman in the surfing industry. She is a big wave surfer and has won several awards for her surfing skills.
Another notable transgender surfer is Tia Blanco, a professional surfer from Puerto Rico. Tia is a non-binary surfer who has competed in the World Surf League and has won several national and international surfing competitions.
Greg, fruity underneath the he-man persona, Keala, gay, so I understand the mixup, Tia, not so much.
But the Duke?
“While not openly gay during his lifetime due to the social norms of his era, Duke Kahanamoku is a legendary figure in surfing,” says AI. “He is often regarded as the father of modern surfing and was also an Olympic swimmer. He is celebrated for his contributions to both sports.”
Did you know? Or yet another brutal fail by the tech that’s gonna kill us all?