South Central LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack was founded in 2015 and is comprised of five states: Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. South Central is one of the thirteen regional contests that comprise the International LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and International Community Bootblack family id contest. ILSb-ICBB is held in Dallas, Texas over Labor Day Weekend each year.
You might say we're the "bad boys" of leather contests. One of the defining characteristics from other contests is the up front philosophy that LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack are about sex. Both the contests and titles are about the representation of the sexual side of the Leather community. Our goals include networking and outreach to help educate the community about Leather folk, our erotic expression, traditions and history - and of course, hot leather sex!
International LeatherSIR and Leatherboy are erotic titles that grew out of the now defunct International Mr. Drummer and International Drummerboy contests. We wear our sexuality on our sleeve. We embrace the culture and the brotherhood of 'players' and we also embrace newcomers on their journey and extend a welcoming hand to the curious and new arrivals to the scene, providing guidance, support and mentoring.
As the most prestigious Bootblack competition in the world, The International Community Bootblack contest has something for everyone and is open to all genders. Our contest encourages, inspires and challenges our contestants’ not just to be the best, but also to find the best within themselves. We strive not just to find the most skillful Bootblack, but the most qualified Bootblack titleholder.
In addition to being the keepers of sacred traditions and a rich heritage that spans decades of our leather culture and history, LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack titleholders are community leaders and community builders. Across North America LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack titleholders are also devoted to fundraising in their local and regional communities, raising tens of thousands of dollars for community organizations and concerns.
The South Central LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack family is one of thirteen regional contests in North America where a LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and a Community Bootblack are chosen to compete at the international competitions.
One of the defining characteristics from other contests is the up front philosophy that LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack are about the kinky lifestyle. Both the contest and titles are about the representation of the sexual side of the Leather community. Our goals include networking and outreach to help educate the community about Leather folk, our erotic expression, traditions and history - and of course, hot leather sex!
South Central LeatherSIR and Leatherboy competitions follow the same five judging categories used by the International contest. Contestants are judged in five categories: Interview and Personal Image; Speech; Formal Personal Image; Jock Strap (Physique); and a Fantasy Sex Scene.
The interview is a private meeting in the morning with the judges; the other categories take place on stage during the contest. The fantasy sex scene portions of the contests are a fun celebration of BDSM leather-sex and one of the key elements that sets the LeatherSIR and Leatherboy contests apart for those styled after the International Mr. Leather and Mid-Atlantic Leather formats.
South Central Community Bootblack competition follows the same five judging categories used by the International contest. Contestants are judged in five categories: Interview and Personal Image; Speech; Formal Personal Image, Technical Boot Shine and Technical Boot Interview; and Interpersonal Skills and Observation. The Interpersonal Skills portion of the competition allows the competing Bootblack to show off their talent and flair for bootblacking with a dominant and/or Submissive of their choice and is only one of the key elements that sets International Community Bootblack apart from other Bootblack contests
Do you have what it takes to be the next South Central LeatherSIR, Leatherboy or Community Bootblack? Maybe the answer is a resounding Yes! Or, quite understandably, maybe you are uncertain of the answer, but your curiosity is piqued and your interest has brought you this far. The LeatherSIR, Leatherboy and Community Bootblack family is a welcoming group and titleholders are community resources.
If you have questions or would like more information, go to the "Titleholders" section of this site to contact regional titleholders in your area to learn more about the rich rewards of participating in a LeatherSIR, Leatherboy or Community Bootblack contest.
South Central Leather Sir 2015
Raised in Northern, MS as a farm boy. Educated at University of MS. Former Deputy Sheriff in De Soto County, MS. Early retirement from FedEx as a Sr. Manager of Hub Ops. Former Sr. Level manager with AA. Served in the US Army with two tours of Desert Storm as a 2nd LT. Practicing Wiccan, believing that higher powers are all around us producing magic every time we simply take a breath. Believer that every individual is responsible for community service and leadership. Not just writing a check, but getting your hands dirty when the need arises. Played sports my entire life. Softball and rugby have given me the strength of brotherhood, purpose, camaraderie, live lessons, and purpose of winning along with the lessons and growing from losing.
South Central Leather boy 2015
A native from Sandersville, Georgia after graduating High School I joined the U.S. Navy serving 4 years of active duty in Norfolk, Virginia. I've worked in the mortgage business since moving to Dallas, Texas in 2008. In 2011 is when I was introduced to the Leather Community here at the Dallas Eagle.
South Central Community Bootblack 2015
Briar's love of blacking started more than 30 years ago, a young wife of a Marine, she did what came natural, and spit shined boots daily. It wasn't long before other Marines were bringing their boots to her. It was truly an honor to serve those who serve our country.
Skipping forward several years, she found home within the motorcycle community, nothing like 800 pounds of vibrating machine between your legs. She was able to continue loving on anything she was able to get her hands on. In 2010 she moved back to DFW, seeking a place where integrity, honor and respect were considered the norm and genuine authenticity was a way of life. She has since found that place within the leather community of Dallas/Ft. Worth.