Naria from San Diego, CA was named Southern California Leather Woman 2012 - The Leather Journal

Naria from San Diego, CA was named Southern California Leather Woman 2012

Narnia from San Diego, CA was named Southern California Leather Woman 2012 at the Bordello of Decadence in Rosemead, CA on Saturday night, October 6 in front of about 200 cheering spectators. There were three contestants, all of which were applauded by the audience which was really into the contest.
The theme was Penance: Time To Pay For Your Sins, and that was evident by the attire and theme settings throughout the Bordello and by emcee, Sister Mary O’Malley, aka Fawna. She had everyone almost in tears from laughter.
The judging panel included Southern California Leather Woman 2009 Kathleen who was the head judge, Desire coproducer Blu
Southern California Leather Woman NariaSouthern California slave 2011 Slave bren, former Club X board member Caryl, Poemme Femme, ParadiseSoCal, Leonora Ma’am, Los Angeles Leather Coalition board member Ms Diana, Casey, Cochella and LARAWW coordinator Shelly Sin.
Each of the contestants performed fantasies as did Mistress Melissa and also Mina Fatale. There was a fabulous pole dance followed by a suspension scene off stage in the center of the room where chairs were moved.
Following the theme, there were plenty of sweets to meet even the biggest sugar craving. Admission to Southern California Leather Woman was free and there were no fundraisers. Duff Roberts produces this contest on her own dime every year and many wonder how she does it. It certainly is not done on-the-cheap and she usually has people lined up wanting to help.
People stayed around long after the contest was over and Big Daddy of the Bordello opened the place up for play after the chairs, lighting and sound were put away.
Three vendors: Saint Leather, Deviant Elegant Designs and Yxtabay Designs had booths outside and all appeared busy before the contest, during intermission and afterward.
About 25 Leatherfolk attended the victory brunch at BJ's on Sunday morning.

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