Maxim Meyer-Horn

23 Dec 2020
Life & Culture

The “Make 2021 Sexy Again” Calendar Makes 2021 Already Sexy Again

The ‘Out Of Office’ mails are reaching our mailbox, which only means one thing: a new year is very near. 2020 has been a rollercoaster of a year and wasn’t the best year for so many people but 2021 might be a better year. To help you keep up with all your plans next year, Initials LA launches a calendar with the best work of some of their greatest photographers.

Most of the ‘sexy’ calendars have a lot of stereotypes and are quite sexist. Luckily, the “Make 2021 Sexy Again” calendar is quite the opposite and focuses on inclusivity by using pictures of a very diverse cast.

Reminder of beauty

All the profits of this project will be donated to the charity-organization Utsopi, which collects money for Belgian sex workers who weren’t able to work this year. Besides raising money for charity, the calendar also wants to be a daily reminder of all kinds of beauty and sensuality. Photographers like Charlotte Abramow, Athos Burez, Elie Carp, and Maxime Fauconnier donated a picture for the art-project and show their unique talent in their work. This calendar made 2021 already sexier than 2020, that’s for sure!

You can order your “Make 2021 Sexy Again” calendar via Initials LA’s webshop.

Photography: Athos Burez

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