FYI, ‘Dacks’ is the Aussie term for pants!
Sounds like the plot for a world-class porno, instead, it’s a photoshoot that the world famous Warwick Rowers are planning for their trip to Australia this December.
The photos will be part of a new book, film and possibly a calendar to commemorate Australia’s leadership in LGBTI rights, which includes the 40th Anniversary of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and the recent marriage equality success.
Angus Malcolm, the producer of the Warwick Rowers calendar and LGBTI rights activist, said: “The Aussie Rowers aren’t just getting undressed for the sake of it: there’s a serious message behind the nudity. These are mainly straight men confronting their privilege and how it affects their relationships with both women and LGBTI communities. The money being raised goes towards helping end homophobia in sport. We have been following with great interest Australia’s support of LGBTI rights and believe now is a perfect time for the Warwick Rowers’ first-ever collaboration. We want to lend our global influence to help spread Australia’s great track record on LGBTI issues.
“We also want to give back to our Australian fans who have become one of the top five markets for our world-famous calendar, which is quite a feat considering our calendar sells to over eighty countries every year.”
If any Australian rower wants to participate, register your interest on the Warwick Rowers website.