When gay Atlanta strips down for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, it's something to see. And don't be shy about gawking. It's all for charity.
Soon after we highlighted the clip of Atlanta jock Tribble Reese accepting the frigid challenge, we were tipped to gay Atlanta guy after guy and guy doing the same. Some do it like gentleman, others completely in the buff. Some surprise a partner napping on the deck, while others go for it with a group. Several use humor and at least one did it solo, which takes a bit of doing.
Yet dumping a bucket of ice water over your head for charity – a craze sweeping social media in recent weeks – has an impact. It's now raised more than $40 million for the ALS Association, which combats amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
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