Australian veterinary students stripped to fight suicideBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/australian-veterinary-students-stripped-to-fight-suicide
Students of the third and fourth year of the Sydney School of Veterinarians undressed for a photo shoot that will decorate the charity calendar. No, future Aibolites do not protect squirrels from loud music or hedgehogs from the action of household detergents. This time everything is serious and the money raised from the sale of the publication will help fight suicides. (Careful! Nude).
The funds received in the campaign will be donated by the students to the Black Dog Institute, a charity organization for combating mental disorders. This organization is engaged in the study, prevention and treatment of mental illnesses, including those that cause suicidal thoughts in people.
There is also an interest in the actions of veterinary students, at least, one might think so after hearing the comment of one of the main organizers of the photo shoot, 23-year-old Lucy Fuchter:
The girl also said that the nude shooting that took place in the morning made the participants seriously nervous. But after the first shots were taken, everyone calmed down and began to enjoy the process. Among the models were those who, from the moment they entered the school, wanted to take part in the filming and students for whom such a decision was spontaneous and unexpected.
The Sydney Veterinary School is the largest and most reputable educational institution of this type in Australia. For ten years in a row, the school's students have been releasing a charity calendar every year, which helps to raise about 100 thousand Australian dollars (approximately 4.4 million rubles). The calendar costs $25 or about 1,000 Russian rubles.
It is very possible to produce calendars now, and not only veterinarians of the Green Continent, but also Moscow firefighters and even builders are guilty of this.