Kings College London Rugby players and the student newspaper Roar News have teamed up on a calendar to raise awareness on LGBT domestic violence and support Broken Rainbow UK helpline service.
Jim Buzinski, OutSports.com, Mar 11, 2015:
“The calendar sees the Men’s 1st team posing totally naked with only cleverly placed objects hiding their dignity, Roar reports. All the photographs were shot at various locations at the university’s flagship campus on the Strand. … Photos include ones taken outside the university on the Strand, in the College’s oldest anatomy lecture theatre, and in the Maughan Library on Chancery Lane.”
“Head of the Men’s first team, Barney Lynock, said: “It is the greatest passion of so many people across the world, and yet issues of exclusivity continue to cast a heavy shadow over sport, be they related to gender, race or sexual orientation. It is a problem that cuts across all levels of sport, from the professional to the amateur, from the lifelong fan to the curious explorer.”
The team have partnered with student newspaper Roar News and photographer Jonny Tam to create a naked calendar to help raise money for a LGBT domestic violence charity Broken Rainbow UK, who tirelessly help those in need of advice and someone to talk to.
Check out some pictures from the calendar, courtesy of Roar News, also on the following link: