The BDSM/Fetish/Leather community publication of record. Founded May 1987
Over 50 percent more than in the print version - Lots of additional entries.
Bryce Cain - See you this month in Washington, DC after your great year.
Reverend Bob Goss at MCC: in the Valley - Love and appreciation for all that you have done for LA's Leather community.Praxxis - Success with The Path and earning all of your Leather back soon.
robyn - A Papadeaux Restaurant in Indianapolis.
Aaron Duke - Congratulations on winning at American Brotherhood and keeping that big determined heart of yours as you are a light and a force that could be here for many years to come.
Andy CosmicRoo - Best wishes with your Mr. International Rubber 2014 title and hopes to really connecting with the Leather titles; and the same to the Leather titleholders toward Rubber.
San Diego and Philadelphia Leather communities - You were the ones who threw 25th Anniversary parties for The Leather Journal and I will appreciate that all my years.
Fifth Annual Philadelphia Leather Pride Night Raises $10,000, Attracts Leatherfolk from Alaska and South Africa.
The Fifth Annual Philadelphia Leather Pride Night (PLPN), brainchild of Pantheon of Leather Woman of the Year 2013 and Mid-Atlantic Leatherwoman 2009 Cowboi Jen, assisted by tireless team of producers Tina, Passion, boy chris, and Aquiel, took place on November 9 at Voyeur nightclub, in the Gayborhood. The benefit raised more than $10,000 for worthy organizations Leather Leadership Conference (LLC); the Leather Archives and Museum (LA&M), “protecting our heritage and unlocking our history,”
Andy CosmicRoo, Mr. Rubber Toronto of Canada, won the Mr. International Rubber 2014 title at Mr. International Rubber XVII (MIR 17) weekend in Chicago, Illinois on November 9.
Andy was one of 10 contestants from across North America and Europe who traveled to Chicago to represent their regions at MIR. The first runner-up was Mr. Midwest Rubber of Des Moines, Iowa Jesse, and the second runner-up was Mr. Fetish Leather Austria of Vienna In Trouble.
Chicago entertainer Teri Yaki was the emcee throughout the weekend.
The contest took place over two nights at the Center on Halsted in Chicago’s Boystown. The first
Starting on November 9 and running through January 26, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, presents Bob Mizer and Tom of Finland, the first American museum exhibition devoted to the art of Bob Mizer (1922–1992) and Touko Laaksonen, aka “Tom of Finland” (1920–1991), two of the most significant figures of Twentieth Century erotic art and forefathers of an emergent post-war gay culture. The exhibition features a selection of Tom of Finland’s masterful drawings and collages, alongside Mizer’s rarely seen photo-collage “catalogue boards” and films, as well as a comprehensive collection of his