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Fancy getting your hands on a signed jock strap and T-shirt from Rugby star Ben Cohen? Then head down to Gay Sports Day this Bank Holiday Monday, where you can bid for these and other items in a charity auction.
The framed T-shirt comes with a picture of Ben, who has given his support for this year’s Sports Day, modelling the garment.
The annual event is organised by GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, and the Royal Vauxhall Tavern (RVT), and takes place in Spring Gardens in Vauxhall on 30 August.
Other items in the auction, which takes place in the RVT after the day’s sporting events, include made-to-measure rubber jeans or chaps, donated by Expectations, and a top harness, dildo, and leather wrist restraints, donated by Fetish Freak. There will also be a raffle during the day to win items donated by Clone Zone, Gay’s The Word and Regulation.
It’s not too late to register a team for Sports Day. If you want to take part, just go to
www.gmfa.org.uk/sportsday for details of how to enter. Closing date for entries is Thursday, 26 August, at 1pm.
Press Release: GMFA
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