‘Dirty Boys’ calendar raises funds for homeless LGBT youth

When Fountain, who is bisexual, approached her photographers and models with the idea to continue, everyone soldiered on with the intention of donating proceeds to Lost-N-Found Youth, Atlanta’s homeless LGBT youth advocacy organization.

You’ll recognize a lot of the pin-up boys: cover stud Sir Alan Penrod, Pup NITRO, Chandler Bearden, Wayne Turpin, Peep Peep of Le Sexoflex and even transman Dana Prosser, who we profiled for totally different reasons back in 2010.

You can meet the models during this year’s Black and Blue weekend at the Atlanta Eagle, Friday, Aug. 10 – Sunday, Aug. 12. The leather and kink weekend includes contests for Mr. Southeast Leather Sir and Leather Boy along with Mr. Southeast Rubber and Community Bootblack.

Calendars are $20 to pick up at local events in the Atlanta area, but can be shipped for an additional $6 (up to two calendars).


Top photo: Preview shots of the 2013 “Dirty Boys” calendar. (Photos via dirtyboyscalendar.com)