The saucy students were snapped up in their birthday suits in several tasteful shots on the pitch to raise money for those suffering from eating disorders. In one of the pictures, an Oxford University scrum half is shown preparing to pass the ball — all while in the buff. Captain Carly Bliss said braving the chilly weather conditions for the photoshoot was an interesting experience. The nude calendar will help raise cash for Beat — a charity supporting those affected by eating disorders or difficulties with food, weight and shape.
Oxford University's Women's Rugby Team Strip Naked For Charity (PICTURES)
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Oxford University Women's Rugby Team Poses Nude to Combat Eating Disorders
Cambridge took both the men's and women's Varsity trophies with victories over Oxford at Twickenham. The th men's fixture saw the Light Blues resist a late Oxford fightback to retain the crown with a win. The men's game was soured by a serious-looking injury to Cambridge forward Matt Watson, who required lengthy treatment on the field before being carried off receiving oxygen early in the second half.
Student leaders left outraged and accuse members of racist and sexist behaviour. A university rugby club has been disbanded over claims that members dressed up as Baby P, a Klu Klux Klan member and Wales soccer manager Gary Speed at a 'bad taste' party. Other burly players wore skimpy women's dresses and one dressed as Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony at the night out last week at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, Norfolk. Student leaders were outraged by the party and accused members of the mens' rugby club of indulging in racist and sexist behaviour.