Rugby players are hardly reticent types. So when they throw a party, you know it will be loud, rambunctious, and out of control. Our man in Seattle, Matt Baume, couldn’t resist grabbing some photos. And who could resist seeing those rugby thighs and hindquarters kicking it up on the dance floor at Kremwerk this past Saturday night?
The Seattle Quake is a hell of a great group. Here, from the team's statement: "The Seattle Quake Rugby Football Club is a nonprofit corporation and a gay organization that actively seeks out traditionally underrepresented members in our community and encourages them to explore the sport of Rugby Union in a nonthreatening and empowering environment. As such the Seattle Quake maintains a developmental rugby program that fosters a love for the sport of rugby regardless of athletic ability. Through positive competitive engagement in our surrounding communities, we hope to directly challenge stereotypes and bigotry in what has historically been the uncommon ground of rugby. Further, we actively participate and are in solidarity with other organizations that share our common goals of mutual understanding and respect for all members of the community."
The rugby thighs and butts are merely frosting on their cakes.