I have always found that the skating community is very open and helping.
Any little thing can mean the world to a kid.
I used to skateboard a lot when I was a teenager. There are a lot of misperceptions of skaters. And stuff like this happens a lot because everyone has to be taught certain things that you can't figure out one your own, ollying being the main one. But this was sweet.
Not gunna lie browsing through r/all I thought this was r/insanepeoplefacebook at the start of the paragraph, this is a nice surprise.
Damn. That was the sweetest thing.
" in order to change the world, you must be that change "
/r/WholesomeMemes I love this it's awesome and sucks that the mom had to have that idea but I'm glad it was proved wrong. Faith in humanity restored :)
Well, I'm not a skater but a roller, but doesn't matter for this; no one give a shit about your gender on a skate park. It's all about the skills and improving.
The only complains i saw on skate parks were for kids using it as a slides, in that case... sorry but it's not a kids playground but a sports facility.