Open Post: Hosted By Naked Rowers Against Homophobia

October 24, 2013 / Posted by:

I have always said that the best way to fight gay haters is with several servings of muscled-up man ass and so the Warwick Rowing Club of Britain are the Rosa Parks of anti-homophobia. E! News says that for the fifth year in a row (pun not intended), The University of Warwick Rowing Club has taken off all their chonies and perfected the art of “artistically bending their leg to cover up any peen” for their annual naked calendar. All proceeds go to Sports Allies, a program created by Warwick Rowing and Educational Action Challenging Homophobia. A rep for Warwick said:

“The rowers are predominantly straight men who have welcomed and embraced the fantastic support they have had from the gay community for their fundraising efforts. Sport Allies is their way of honoring that support and giving something back.”

Everybody could learn a thing or two from these upstanding (I bet it is upstanding, wink wink) hot pieces. This is how you do charity. The right way to give back is by showing off your freshly waxed backside in black and white pictures. And I doubt you read any of this since it’s hard to read words while you’ve got the crotch seizures and orgasm cream is spewing out of your eyes while you’re singing, “Row, row, row your boat gently up my ass.”

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