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  • Vans documentary champions LGBTQ+ skaters
  • Vans documentary champions LGBTQ+ skaters
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Vans documentary champions LGBTQ+ skaters

Skateboarding has long embraced the individual, but it's also been a relatively male-dominated subculture. Vans’ latest Love Letters to Skateboarding season highlights LGBTQ+ skate icons and communities, opening up the conversation and championing the voices of those heard less often.

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