CHICAGO — The Illinois Leather Alliance is looking for contestants for this year’s contest at the Leather Archives & Museum on March 17 and 18 in Chicago.
There are five contests people can enter:
Illinois Leather Sir/Leather boy Contest
The Illinois Leather Sir / Leather boy titleholders represent the sexual side of Leather. Leather Sir/Leather boy titleholders educate newcomers, network with their leather brothers and support the erotic expression of Leather and Leathersex! (Click here for more information.)
Illinois Ms. Leather Pride Contest
Ms. Leather Pride titleholders promote a positive image of the women’s alternative sex-positive community, including Leather/BDSM/fetish communities. They will have the opportunity to wear many hats: mentor, educator, role model, advocate. (Click here for more information.)
Illinois Puppy/Trainer Contest
The Illinois Puppy/Trainer titles reflect the diversity, excitement and energy that comes from human puppy play and Puppy/Trainer interaction. Illinois Puppy/Trainer titleholders have the opportunity to teach, to learn, to share and to explore this exciting lifestyle. (Click here for more information.)
Illinois Bootblack Contest
Illinois bootblacks compete in a very grueling, technically challenging and thoroughly rewarding process, where contestants find a family of people who laugh, love, have hot/dirty boot/Leather sex and share a common love and journey of polish and brushes. (Click here for more information.)
Illinois Master/slave Contest
The Illinois Master/slave titleholders represent the Master/slave community and lifestyle with integrity and competence. One of their most important jobs is to clearly and effectively communicate what it means to them to live and identify as Master or slave. (Click here for more information.)
The judges for this year’s contest are:
- Sir Mark Eddy, International LeatherSir 2014
- Marta, Great Lakes Bootblack 2014
- Ms Tammy, Ms Great Lakes Olympus Leather 2015
- Sir Nate, Wisconsin leather community leader
- slave dawn, co-host “Erotic Awakenings” podcast.
For more information and to get applications, go to the Illinois Leather Alliance website.