New Year is almost upon us and people all across cannot hold their excitement anymore. There are many hopes and resolutions to make in 2019. And the most thrilling that we all must be waiting for is a perfect New Year calendar. First and foremost, it should be unique, fun and coolest of all that we have owned so far. There are a lot of ideas that the designers and photographers are working, keeping different real-life aspects alive. At recent, the boldest one would be UK’s University of Bristol students’ sassy naked New Year 2019 calendar. The bold students have stripped naked to pose for a charity calendar, and the pictures are the cheekiest. Is Naked Yoga the Latest Wellness Trend? Know Why Going Nude is Good for Your Health.
Every year, people from all walks of life have been posing not being shy to flash the flesh during the calendar’s shoot. But these students have been appreciated for their brave step to raise money for most deserved causes raised by Bristol’s RAG or Raising and Giving—the fundraising arm of Bristol Students’ Union (SU). The nude pictures have been covered by the Daily Mail that shows young generations snapped in the nude. The photographs feature students from 12 different societies that includes badminton team, a group of fencers and the lifesaving team. All of them are posing with deliberately placed objects preventing them from baring all. Benefits of Sleeping Naked: 6 Reasons Why You Should Sleep In The Buff.
Sassy Picture of Bristol University Students Posing for Charity Calendar
Photographer Bryan Wong took the amazing sassiest images. RAG’s fundraising calendar has become an annual event. An official Paige Taylor reported The Sun that soon after the naked calendar’s release, they have “nearly sold out.” WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Quotes, GIF Image Messages & SMS to Send the First Happy New Year Greetings.
RAG’s fundraising supports three charities—Bristol Nightline which operates between eight at night and eight in the morning for those people who want to talk when they might feel alone; Womankind, a local Bristol based charity who help women feel empowered and offer therapy and advice for all and CATS campaign that educates young people on cancer. The calendar is being sold through the university’s SU shop for 7 pounds (Rs. 622.84) and is available to buy online.