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Students Charity Calendar Shoot Slandered


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It is an absolute disgrace that sky newsreader Colin Brazier has attacked university charity calendars, slandering them because of their nudity. If you take a look at the photos created for the calendars they have all been captured with taste, a classy looking photo. Not in any of the photos is too much revealed and instead they have been nicely positioned and edited.

Members of societies that take part in this kind of activity should be more than proud of themselves for their commitment to charity work.

The photo shoot Colin Brazier so picked on was that of the Leeds University’s Equestrian Society, classing them as ‘pornographic’. The calendars have sold 450 copies, r
aising over £1,000 for the RDA which is their charity for Riding for the Disabled Association.  In addition to this the girls have also offered support for troops of 5th Battalion the Rifles and through all the publicity have even become mascots for the Rifles in Afghanistan.

For this dedication these students should be shown nothing but respect.

The statement made against the calendars has caused great publicity and has got all media publications talking about it; even as far afield as Australia. When the original 300 copies were made, an extra batch was to be made for the number of requests for these calendars.

It is sad to say that we live in world where females in glamour shoots are frowned upon, just for showing some skin and posing in a sexy form - looking good.

At the end of the day, people should not be so prudish about such charitable events, nothing outrageous can be seen, and suitable objects have been used to delicately conceal private regions. All in all, the pictures are sexy, and sex sells. A stylish way to sell calendars using chic and elegant pictures of society members to raise money for charity. To frown upon such pictures is pathetic and should consider the true meaning why these pictures were taken.

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