By Imogen Blake For Mailonline. It might be getting colder outside, but these female rugby players have decided it's the perfect time of year for baring all on the pitch. The all-women Hitchin Ladies Rugby Club squad have once again stripped off for charity to raise money for the club after their funding was slashed and to promote female players in the sport. Wearing just their club socks and boots - and nothing else - the ladies rugby tackled each other, ran through the field and hid their modesty behind practice bags in photographs for a fundraising calendar. The women have stripped off for their second nude calendar to raise money and promote women in rugby. The saucy snaps capture scrummy rugby players stripping off for charity to promote women in the sport pictured, one of last year's snaps.
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Five women are photographed naked to encourage self worth
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Then, your gym teacher tells you to strip naked and walk onto the pool deck with your nude male classmates. Yes, those same classmates you sit next to in math. But for more than 50 years even until , by some accounts , this was standard policy at public high schools in Chicago and across the country. Curious City listener Michael San Filippo grew up hearing stories about what it was like from his dad.