By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. A group of 71 rugby players from across the UK have ditched their kits to raise awareness for testicular cancer. The images show the team enjoying a few pints whilst at a bar, milling around naked in the club house, braving the chill on the pitch and hanging out starkers in the changing rooms. The men, who all play for six inclusive LGBTQ rugby clubs from up and down the country, have posed starkers for their calendar to shine a light on the importance of men checking their testicles for lumps.
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Body positivity on display in LGBTQ+ inclusive rugby team’s fundraiser calendar
Following on from the huge success of and , the Naked Rugby Players are back again with their most colourful calendar yet! The calendar features 82 players from six inclusive rugby teams across the UK wearing nothing more than some sport socks and boots, whilst at the same time raising money for their clubs and for the Balls to Cancer charity, which promotes awareness of testicular cancer in men. Each team kindly offered up their time and spaces as well as stripping to help raise money for their own clubs and the Balls To Cancer charity. Each A3 landscape calendar features two sides per month: one side features a full-page image with calendar bar; the second side features a half page image and calendar box for writing those important dates on. Tweets by Gscene.
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