When the first skateboarders in town were learning to skate, it was probably to get some extra cash for school.
The idea was to get the same kind of attention and excitement from people that they got from their parents.
So a lot more people got into skating, and it was a way for people to get into the sport.
It was a chance to learn something new, to try something new.
And it’s an important way to get a little bit of exposure for skateboarding, and also for the skaters themselves.
It’s an outlet for them to try new things.
The skaters started dressing up in skimpy outfits, to get more attention and get a more exciting atmosphere for themselves.
They went to events, they went to parties, they made a whole new set of friends, which was good.
And then they became the “skaters of tomorrow” and it’s become the “best skater group in the world”.
Today the skateboarders of tomorrow are pretty much all girls, but in the early days of the movement it was boys who were the main skaters, with girls like Lucy.
Lucy was a very popular skater at the time, and Lucy has gone on to be one of the most famous and successful skaters of all time.
She’s one of just two women to win two world titles, and is still one of only four women to ever win a major title in a sport.
She was also one of four girls to win the women’s World Cup at the age of 15.
So that’s a lot to go on, and there were a lot changes to the way that people viewed skating, which is something I think the girls’ movement has done a lot for us, because it allowed us to go forward and create a lot better women’s sport.
So Lucy and I got together a few years ago, and we’re still together.
Lucy and my friends have had this amazing career, and they’re still here today, so we have a lot in common, which I think is what I enjoy most about skateboarding.
Lucy, you’ve been skateboarding for almost a decade.
What do you think makes skateboarding so great for women?
Lucy: It’s been amazing.
I think women have always been able to do what we do and be successful in skateboarding because it’s a fun sport.
But I think we’ve come a long way since then.
There were definitely a lot different ways that we could skate in the 70s and 80s, and then we started getting into really competitive, high-level competitions.
So it was really important for women to learn the sport, and to be competitive, and get that exposure that we needed to be successful.
And in the 80s and 90s, women started winning championships and going on to win world titles.
So women have a much better chance at getting the same level of attention, and the same success that we have.
I’m proud of what we’ve achieved, and I’m also very proud of my friends who have had so much success.
Skateboarding has changed the way we see women.
The way we think about skateboarding, and our understanding of the sport itself, has changed, too.
I’ve always been really proud of the way skateboarding has shaped my life.
I was always interested in skateboard and skateboarding culture and skateboard culture in general, and just the way the culture was growing.
And when skateboarding became a bigger part of the sports culture, it became more of a social sport.
When you get more people into the sports, they become more connected with skateboarding as a way of getting attention and having a fun time, because you can do it in your living room, or in your bedroom, or on the internet.
Skaters are becoming more and more connected, and so we’ve got this much more open space to skate and to interact with other people.
I do think skateboarding is an amazing, fun, healthy, and social sport, which has changed our perception of women in a big way.
And I think skateboardboarding has also opened up a whole lot of spaces for women who want to try to do something different.
Lucy: And skateboarding really helped me as a woman.
It gave me a platform to do a lot, because I wasn’t always the best person for skating.
It wasn’t until I started doing competitions that I started to get better and improve, and when I finally won a World Cup, I got a lot bigger media exposure and I had the confidence to be myself.
Skating was a place where I was able to be who I wanted to be, and that’s the kind of thing that skateboarding gives you.
It gives you that confidence to say, “Yeah, I can do this,” and that confidence that you want to have in yourself, in your abilities.
And that confidence makes you feel good about yourself.
It helps you