You know what’s cool? Parties. You know what’s even cooler? Themed parties. And this upcoming ‘ginger party’ is set to change the game forever.
Yup, the lads over at Red Hot, who have brought you a whole heap of swole redheaded models in the form of calendars and social media showcasing, are now going to host a big hoo-ha devoted to our ginger brothers.
Following last years’ calendar launch, and in anticipation of their upcoming 2019 calendar, Red Hot have announced an ‘even hotter American-style house party’, in Soho, London. ‘Explore this unique opportunity to party with the worlds sexiest ginger boys,’ they write, ‘in a hazy maze of secret rooms, superstar DJ’s, peep shows and famous faces.’
The exclusive house party, officially called Gaydar & Meanshappy.com presents Red Hot American Boys, has a very limited number of public tickets, with a VIP option for those who desire to upgrade their experience and attend the special Red Hot dinner in the swanky L’Escargot restaurant prior to the main party at 9PM.
VIP tickets include: 1 x Dinner (6:30-8:30PM) with red hot models, notable guests & celebrities. Spend more time getting to know photographer Thomas Knights and the models. Full access to the party including exclusive use of the VIP lounge. One guest allowed from 9pm
Now in its sixth year – with five calendars, two coffee table books and donations of over 50 thousand pounds to various charities under its belt, the global phenomenon Red Hot returns, bringing you the hottest American ginger lads in the buff for 2019.
This year’s calendar raises funds for Athlete Ally, a charity that believes that everyone should have equal access, opportunity, and experience in sports — regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
In their own words, their mission is to end homophobia and transphobia in sport and to activate the athletic community to exercise their leadership to champion LGBTQ equality.
Sales from last year’s calendar went towards supporting Movember’s Testicular Cancer Awareness Campaign.
Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer among men aged between 15 and 49 in the UK, affecting many young men in the prime of their lives.
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