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59 men vied for the much coveted International Mr. Leather 2024 sash, medallion and backpatch during the 46th iteration of the contest on Sunday night, May 26 at the McCormick Place Skyline Ballroom in Chicago, IL where Jamal Herrera-O'Malley emerged victorious.

Left to right: International Leatherboy 2016 boy jake, International Leather Sir 2016 Ivan and International Community Bootblack 2016 boy patrick. All photos by Dave Rhodes.

The International Leather Sir, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack weekend was held in a new hotel in Dallas, TX over Labor Day Weekend where Sir Ivan won the Sir title, boy jake presented the boy medallion and boy Patrick take the Bootblack sash in front of approximately 450 Leatherfolk and Kinksters.

The four-day weekend started at the Downtown Doubletree by Hilton on Thursday, September 1 with a VIP reception, the Pantheon of Leather 2016 Awards in the Skyline Ballroom with Christopher Edwards serving as emcee, introduction of contestants with emcee Wayne Davis, meet and greet and contestant demos, followed by a roast of the 2015 ILSb-ICBB titleholders hosted Bamm Bamm.

Contestants appear on stage during Opening Ceremonies.

Friday and Saturday saw the vendor market open with several classes and demos and a FETCH! Puppy Mosh.

A panel discussion with Race Bannon, Joe Gallagher, Eric Paul Leue, and Graylin Thornton

images/club-logos/Leathermens Discussion Group Logo.pngIs a Leather title necessary to take a leadership role? What compels contestants to run? What do we expect of titleholders and how has that changed over time? Are titleholders meeting the BDSM/Leather/Fetish community’s expectations? Are there too many title contests? Join us and our panel of title holders and community leaders for a conversation on these questions and more. There will be time for questions from the audience.

How do you feel about Leather titles? What do title holders do today? What should titleholders do? Share your thoughts with us!

Are Leather Titles Necessary? is the topic for the Leathermen's Discussion Group to start at 7:30 PM, Wednesday, January 28 in the Mr. S Studio, 358 A Eighth Street, San Francisco, California.

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images/articles/news/sash-bash/Leather_Sir_2014/Standing is International Leather Sir 2014 Mark Eddy and kneeling are Community Bootblack Ed Davis and Leatherboy Paul Photo by Dave Rhodes.jpgAfter a weekend of grueling competition the dust settled in Dallas, Texas where Mark Eddy was named International Leather Sir 2014, boy Paul announced as International Leatherboy 2014 and Ed Davis chosen to be International Community Bootblack 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Market Center Hotel on Saturday night, August 31 in front of about 250 cheering Leatherfolk. Eddy and boy Paul were from the Great Lakes Region and Davis was from the Mid Atlantic Region.

The Leather Sir runner-up was James from Central Canada, Leatherboy runner-up was Matthew Mullins of the Southern California Region. Five men competed for Leather Sir, eight for Leatherboy and two for Community Bootblack.

Honors voted upon by the contestants were: Golden Brush for Bootblack contestant Gil Susy from Central Canada, Golden Paddle for Leatherboy contestants to Gizzmo from the Southwest Region and Golden Whip to Leather Sir contestant Mark Eddy.



International Pony WinnersThe International Pony Play Championship 2014 titleholders are Handler Master Randy and pony justonekiss.

This is the fourth year that this contest has been held at Beyond Leather in Florida and it continues to be a crowd favorite. The handler/pony couples are taken through several portions of the contest including a judges’ Interview, an Equitation Performance and a Freestyle Performance.

There were three couples competing for the title and each one put on a wonderful show. The handler/pony couples that competed were Handler Master Logan and pony lavy; Handler Master Randy and pony justonekiss; and Handler Miss Diana and pony Gassur.

The contest was held during the weekend of May 1-4 with over 100 people in attendance to watch the ponies. The outgoing titleholders were Handler slave dee and pony sweetcheeks. They gave one last moving freestyle performance which had the entire audience on their feet cheering for them. The new IPPC title holders will enjoy their year with the intention of inspiring others to explore pony play.

If an event or group would like to discuss having Handler Master Randy and pony justonekiss visit them, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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