How social media, in your opinion, can help/ have helped to change perception on professional female (sport)?
II think that overall, social networks have allowed skateboarding to emerge in the eyes of everyone. Before, you had to be on the lookout for the latest magazine, buy videos and then later search the internet to see the evolutions and follow the pros. I think that now, thanks to Instagram, skateboarders have been able to make themselves known, without having to travel and coming from an environment that does not favour this emergence. This has allowed them to observe each other, to inspire each other, to progress and to challenge each other personally. Thanks to this, the women who practice skateboarding, and who were in the minority on the spots, were able to realize that many other women practice. These women were able to inspire others. Clearly, social networking as a professional skateboarder is a way to convey this positive image to inspire others. By doing this, it also helps to attract sponsors, to give visibility, to share news and skate clips and photos, so it's an important tool.
If you could, what is one thing you would change about your sport from a woman's perspective?
I wouldn't change anything about skateboarding. Skateboarding is something you do when you are passionate about it. No one likes to hurt themselves, when you practice it's because you really like it, you like the sensations it gives. I would like only that some closed-minded people understand that we are all in the same basket, that it is up to them to change their state of mind. Because skateboarding for me represents a state of mind based on mutual aid, friendship, and respect. Skateboarding does not only belong to men but to all the passionate people.