Calendar ‘Trying To Make Ginger Pubes Sexy’ Makes Last Call For Models

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A calendar trying to make ginger pubes sexy is in the final stages of searching for their fiery models.

That’s right, the Red Hot C*cks campaign is ending in just two days time, and it’s the last chance to get behind the naked gingers – no not literally.

The calendar is all in the name of celebrating all things ginger, which is probably good in today’s day and age – ginger rights and all that.

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All jokes aside, the calendar is raising money for the awareness of testicular cancer, so the whole thing is a great cause.

If your pubes aren’t quite as smouldering as what the folks over at Red Hot are looking for, then you can still help out by guaranteeing yourself a calendar by visiting their Kickstarter.

With photography from Thomas Knights and art direction from Elliott James Frieze, this calendar looks set to bring a little more spiciness to 2018.

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Every year, Red Hot publishes a calendar to raise money for a good cause, as well as to bring us some luscious ginger eye-candy.

This year, the focus is on sticking two fingers up at the stigma against ginger pubes, which are still something of a social taboo.

The project description on Kickstarter reads:

12 guys. 12 copper knobs. Because ginger pubes are awesome and your life needs more colour.

The world is a dark place, so brighten up your life with our new, super colourful charity calendar of 12 ginger nuts.

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It continues:

Yes, you heard that right. 12 full frontal, totally nude ginger nuts out and proud for 2018. There are no emojis inside the calendar – so if you want to see the goods, you gotta buy a copy.

Shot by Red Hot photographer Thomas Knights and art director Elliott James Frieze, the calendar raises money for the Movember Foundation’s Testicular Cancer Awareness.

This genius idea was brought to Thomas Knights by his friend, the artist Andrew Salgado during a flash of inspiration at a Red Hot exhibition.

The calendar is the perfect Christmas gift for any friends who love a redhead, and lets face it who doesn’t?

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Red Hot have been spreading awareness for years, including awareness of bullying of gingers.

We previously wrote about their attempts to embrace the ginger and encourage people not to bully their ginger mates.

In answer to why he thinks the redhead should be celebrated, he said:

In the UK and throughout the world, being ginger comes with many stigmas attached. Many are bullied at school and for some, even later in life.

As far as I can see, no one has focused (or noticed) the huge, polarised gap between the way our society perceives red headed women (often the ultimate woman – think Jessica Rabbit) and red headed males (often emasculated and de-sexualised in film and TV – no Hollywood heroes, heartthrobs – few leading men).

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There’s a reason that people see gingers as inherently different to other hair colours, and it largely rests in daft prejudices which existed around medieval times, where it was apparently thought to symbolise witchcraft.

Interestingly, Judas was also portrayed as ginger during this period, which caused many to see gingers as untrustworthy.

But all that will change if Red Hot have their way and keep making these funny and celebratory calendars for all those inclined to a fiery head.

If you want to pledge towards a great cause, then back the project here.