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Wanted: Mr. Leather for Ms. Leather

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Emcee Annie Romano introduces the new Ms. San Diego Leather 2011, Beanstalk.

Ms. San Diego Leather 2011 is Beanstalk. She’s tall, has long legs, black hair and a charming personality with a wit! And, what a show of support from the leather, Levi, bear, cowboy, Imperial Court de San Diego, Sisters and puppy community of San Diego and the surrounding areas.

I liked the members and former members of the armed forces who went on stage, saluted the flag and stated name, rank and branch of service – how patriotic a way to represent and show pride! The National Anthem was sung by a U.S. Navy Intelligence Specialist.

We have come a long way, baby. The emcees were former U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant, Annie Romano, and Ms. San Diego Leather 2010, Tiger. The reception prior to the contest was accompanied by a silent auction of various sought out items by members of the leather community.

After Beanstalk walked away with the title, it was time to leave Rich’s and head over to Mosaic in North Park for the victory party. As always, the leather folk ended up at the San Diego Eagle to fellowship and socialize. What a weekend party! Farewell Tiger, we’ll see you around the block!

Guess what? We’re gonna do it again this weekend!

Let’s get a sash husband for Beanstalk. Who will be Mr. San Diego Leather 2011? Will it be, Anthony, Dan or Kurt? Come out to Rich’s this Saturday night at 7 p.m. and show your support and hear the handsome Anthony Rollar, Mr. San Diego Leather 2010, give his step down speech.

This Saturday, the contest will be followed by the ever so popular LL Bear dance. So check in with your bartenders, especially that hot one at the front bar, who served me, then get ready to dance!

This week during the men’s contest, I’m the Den Daddy. I will be behind the scenes in the dressing room helping Mr. San Diego Leather 2011 prepare to go on stage. He will receive his medal, sash, patch and the title from Uncle Mark Holmes, an elder and former Mr. San Diego Leather. I will watch Mr. San Diego Leather 2011 join hands with his sash wife Ms. San Diego Leather 2011, Beanstalk. They are bound in leather, based on trust, honor, respect and devotion to the members of the LGBT community.

The next weekend, we’re gonna support our brother’s to the north in L.A. and go up for Mr. L.A. Leather on March 26. If you can’t make it to L.A., then stay at home and stop by Pecs or go to the Eagle for a good time. The nights to go to the Eagle are the first Wednesday of each month for Puppy Night and Thursday night to start your weekend.

Just in case you are wondering what does this Leather Pride stuff do for me and my community? Well I’m glad you asked! San Diego Leather Pride is a proud supporter of a few charities like the Women’s Leather History Project, The Center, and San Diego Leather History/museum Project, purveyed by Caryl. Last but not least, the San Diego leather community is a contributor to the Service Members Legal Defense Network, which stands by service members in situations like Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT).

How to find a leather daddy

If you are a leather boy, here are a few tips to find a Daddy. Stalk him! No, not really. Find out if they’re single. It’s best that way, but some Daddies have a stable of boys, willing and waiting to please him, which brings satisfaction to both parties.

It’s not always about you Daddy; the boys have a lot of control here. Boys pick the Daddy! Now boy, observe your prospective Daddy. If you like a funny Daddy, does he smile and laugh? If you want a stern Daddy, watch how those around him respond.

Check him out for a few weeks. Ask friends about him. Then, if you think he is that guy, approach him! Mind you, this review process can take weeks, or even a couple of months. And that’s fine. You want the crème of the crop!

This is what you say when you approach him. “Sir, if I may, I would like to speak with you.” Any respectful Sir, would say, “Please, go ahead!” Tell them that you have been admiring him from a distance and feel that he has the qualities and traits that you are looking for in a Sir/Daddy. Tell them what you expect, i.e. your kinks, your desires, your needs.

Now here comes the kicker. Ask him if he feels he can meet your needs. This is what you should get back! “I can accommodate you, and this is what I expect from my boy. Can you accommodate that?”

Either two things will happen, you will schedule a coffee date to talk, or at that moment, you will know if this is the Sir/Daddy for you! If so, hand him a card containing your contact information.

If not, be cordial and thank him for his time – start over! It can take time to find quality, but when you get it, it’s yours! I hope this helps you boy!

Who am I?

Someone asked me, “Who are you?” I am Sir Mike; former Mr. Wolfs 2003, California Leather Sir 2003 and International Leather Sir 2003, formerly known as “Mr. Drummer.” I and my boy live in Hillcrest/ North Park area. I’m a father, a grandpa and a Daddy to my leather cub boy. Most of all I am just a country boy from Texas living in America’s Finest City.

Let’s connect and share energy! I’m willing, are you?

Should you have any questions or comments, please contact me at intlleathersir2003@cox.net.



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