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Win a signed pair of Olly Alexander's pants with GMFA's World Aids Day auction

2016-11-29

Many of us have fantasised about getting our hands inside Olly Alexander's pants - and now you can.

The men's sexual health charity GMFA are giving you the chance to win a range of rare prizes, including a signed pair of the Years & Years frontman's undies, in their World Aids Day fund-raising auction.

The online auction, which is accepting bids from now until 5 December, aims to raise money to continue GMFA's vital work, including their Living with HIV project that looks to break down stigma and reduce fear surrounding the virus.

“It’s more important than ever to raise as much as we can,” said GMFA’s campaigns manager Liam Murphy. “With HIV prevention funding cut, it’s important to find funding where we can to continue our work for the community."

The charity currently reaches more than one million gay and bisexual men each year, offering advice on sexual health, safer-sex practices and drug harm reduction.

If you fancy bidding for Olly's pants or any of the other lots available, click on the links below:

Here is the full auction list (all linked to eBay ready to bid):

·      One-to-one personal training session with Charlie King

·      A pair of signed underwear from Olly Alexander

·      A signed and framed photograph of Adore Delano

·      Personal fine art portrait session by artist James M Barrett

·      ShortList magazine gentleman's hamper

·      Sukrew underwear spending spree

·      Haircut and shave at Ruffians, Covent Garden

·      Limited edition artwork by Alexander Johnson

·      A bespoke piece of artwork from illustrator Luke Thornhill

·      Withings Activité activity and sleep tracking watch

·      Signed and framed print by artist/photographer Dom Agius

·      Festive 3-course meal for 2 at Tonic & Remedy

·      Sterling silver meteorite bracelet and Hubble Galaxy silk scarf

·      Worx Sonicrafter multi-tool

Alternatively, you can donate to GMFA at [www.gmfa.org.uk/donatenow]www.gmfa.org.uk/donatenow