The BDSM/Fetish/Leather community publication of record. Founded May 1987
The exhibit will feature over 40 prints of Leatherwomen and Leathermen photographed over the last 32 months by C. Creane. This dedicated historian has been documenting women (and men) throughout the Leather Community. One-at-a time, falling in love with each participant's personal story. Now for the first time-she gets to share with the public her work and our readers are invited!
September 27th (8pm - 10pm) In association with: THE PLEASURE CHEST NYC ~ UPPER EAST SIDE 1150 2nd Ave New York, NY 10065
Photographic Exhibit of Leather Women from the C. Creane documentary "We are Leather Women ~ A Photographic Documentary"
~ PRIVATE GALLERY SPACE ~
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“We're unplugging our curling irons and going bush.” Feliciia from Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
For those of you who have never heard of Badger Flat it is the last truly traditional bike runs held by the Satyrs Motorcycle Club. Badger Flat is held on Labor Day Weekend in Badger Flat Campground which is in the High Sierras.
This has been held here since 1961 making it one of the oldest gay events held annually.
This is an event where the Satyrs Motorcycle Club and other like-minded men come together; where there is nothing but woods to build a working community, and through the work a brotherhood forms and
The results of the main event of Toronto Leather Pride is that Brett Murden is Mr. Leatherman Toronto 2015 and Luca is Ms Leather Toronto 2015. They now both join current Toronto Puppy titleholder Pup Sprocket in rounding up the new title team. The competitions were held on Saturday, August 9 at the Phoenix Concert Theatre, in Toronto and were produced by HOTF (Heart of the Flag Federation).
Murden assumes the role as Toronto’s 25th Leather ambassador in 2015 and succeeds Mr. Leatherman Toronto 2014 Farrell Collier. Past Mr. Leatherman Toronto titleholders were introduced on stage to the cheering crowd of over 200
1. For those who don’t already know, please tell us about yourself & what your titles are.
My name is Kj Nichols. It wasn't always Kj. It's the name I chose for myself upon transitioning. It is actually the initials from my birth name as a way to honor my parents and my past while creating my future. After being called Kj since age 19 years old, I sat down with my dad one night at age 29 and we tried figuring out "male" names with the initials Kj. Neither of us liked any. Finally, he looked at me and said, "I like just Kj."