UK rugby star Ben Cohen and gay ally Hudson Taylor on Saturday promised to make gay dreams come true.

Taylor is the Columbia University assistant wrestling coach who started Athlete Ally to fight homophobic speech in sports, and Cohen retired from rugby earlier this year to helm the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation, which combats homophobia.

The openly straight athletes appeared together at Saturday's 15th annual Human Rights Campaign (HRC) National Dinner, held in Washington D.C., to promote the auctioning off of Cohen to benefit gay rights causes.

Cohen and Taylor addressed the group after President Barack Obama spoke to the crowd.

“Tonight, we've decided to chose one person and make their wildest fantasy come true,” Taylor said to cheers from the crowd.

“That's right, Hudson. Whether the winner is LGBT, straight, questioning-curious we will not discriminate,” Cohen added. “We are here to fulfill your ultimate fantasy.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

No word on who lucked out to walk away with Cohen on his/her arm.