In this daring poem, James Siegel takes us back to gay, American leather bars in the 1980s, paying tribute to an almost mythical subculture–a minority within a minority.
Young self-identified masters and dominants often have to fight for their identities BDSM spaces. Olivia Davis looks at why that’s wrong. In some ways, BDSM is a subculture of title and tradition. The rigid backbone of many kink organizations is Leather—regimented, highly organized Leather. Dating back to WWII vets desperately seeking military structure in their […]