Top Environmentalist / U2 Muse Turns Out To Be A Gay Supermodel
What is it about Harvard that is extra friendly with gays, with their annual Hasty Pudding Award? Recently, a team connected with Harvard recognized this supermodel aka Queen of Surfing as the Supermodel Activist of the Decade. She set the world record as the world's most televised environmentalist, due to her massive ocean conservation efforts. As such, on the Surfer magazine forums, she announced recently that she is gay. Who knew? Perhaps U2. Their "Songs of Innocence" album cover is decidedly gay friendly, and this A List Supermodel surfer is the muse for at least three songs on their album, as every insider close to U2 would confirm: "Every Breaking Wave," "California There's No End to Love," and "Volcano" - a homage to surfing in her home island of the North Shore of O'ahu. Some of the documentaries she directed that turned her into a top supermodel environmentalist surfer include, "Aqua Seafoam Shame" (about plastics) and "Worst Shark Attack Ever" (about shark finning).