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This was confirmed later in the day as I talked to one of my female fellow clubbies who called Australia's surf life saving movement the "great untapped resource for single men." "There's eight guys for every girl, they're fit and you get to check out the goods when they're in their Speedos; what more could you want? I've written in other posts about the positive effects on men of them joining sporting clubs - it's the advice your grandmother would give you if you told her you were bored or lonely - "why don't a join a club, sweetheart?" Joining a surf club opens up a huge social network, it forces you to meet new people and to do new things, as well as giving you access to an incredible array of equipment and facilities.Now, thanks to lessons I've had drilled into me, I reckon I'd at least be able to keep someone alive while an ambulance arrived and that's one of the great values of surf clubs - the knowledge you learn is vastly practical, as evidenced by the fact SLSA members save more lives away from the beach than they do on the sand.Surf clubs also connect you with older and younger generations and you quickly realise how your example can inspire kids as much as the craggy old diggers heading out to swim the bay inspire you. I was trying to work out what I find so attractive about some clubby girls - particularly the iron women - and it dawned on me that they don't flounce like a lot of females, they strut, they hold their shoulders back, proud of their bodies, unselfconscious, capable. If you'd like to email me with a topic suggestion or just vent, try here.It's more the relationship they have with their body - they use it, they enjoy it and they're having fun in the process.- Sam How about joining an SLSC because you like the surf, like saving lives, and like the fact the SLSC is no more than a social place to do both?We all acknowledge that men judge us on our appearance above anything else, and if they get to see all the flabby bits straight off the block we've got no chance!Plenty of the people in surf clubs don't have bodies like gods or goddesses.
It'd be nice if people came up with more suggestions of alternate ways of meeting new people, I think the world is crying out for it.
You might think you don't want to meet "that kind of girl", the kind who considers consumerism a pasttime, but the truth is, we're not all like that.
I hit the shops to see what's out, to buy gifts, to be alone and yet with people.
Tricky Dick Pratt has moved onto his second billion recycling all the newsprint that's been expended on metropolitan Australia's so-called "man drought".
You can't crack open a Cleo or finger a Marie Claire without reading some poor darling's despondent account of how speed-dating, and set-ups by married friends have amounted to nothing but slimy midnight texts from oversexed losers. On the weekend, as I paraded around a certain city beach wearing a silly orange hat re-doing my bronze medallion, it struck me that if a gal truly wanted to meet a healthy, community-minded fella who enjoys the great outdoors she need only join her local surf club.