Fri, Feb 21 | Bureau of General Services - Queer Division, The LGBT Community Center, 208 W 13th St, Room 210 New York, NY 10011, USA

45 Years Behind the Leather Curtain

An unforgettable community panel sharing the history, passion, and livelihood of men and women bonded through leather expressions.
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45 Years Behind the Leather Curtain

Time & Location

Feb 21, 2020, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Bureau of General Services - Queer Division, The LGBT Community Center, 208 W 13th St, Room 210 New York, NY 10011, USA

About the Event

Join the Brothers of Excelsior M.C. for a community panel discussing all things leather. Ticket includes admission to the event, FREE cover to the Eagle NYC, and a complementary drink at the Cubbyhole. Our panelists will not only talk history but get down and dirty into stories of love, commitment, leather and fetish. Panelists include:


Witti Repartee

Witti Repartee is the Queen of the New York Leathermen.  Currently, the Vice President and Show Director for Folsom Street East and board member of Delta Brotherhood International, she's also the hostess for Continuum. She's a former co-chair of Leather Pride Night, served as facilitator for GMSMA's TNG Group, and has served on the boards of the Gay Activists Alliance in Morris County, Big Apple Performing Arts and the Imperial Court of New York. During the day she serves as the major gifts officer of the Stonewall Community Foundation and she'd love to know the hanky code for hot wax.


Richard Majewski

One of the founding members of Excelsior M.C., Richard will share the values lived and observed through the brotherhood of New York City's leathermen.  Richard participated in the moving forward of many charitable organizations during the '80s and 90s devoting time to the AIDS Memorial Quilt and God's Love, We Deliver - a home meal delivery service.


Scott Erickson

After co-founding the Bay State Marauders in 2003, Scott currently serves as the club's Historian and Atlantic Motorcycle Coordingin Council (AMCC) representative. He was co-chair of the New England Leather Alliance in 2007 and 2008 and remains active with the organization today. Scott was titled Mr. Boston Leather in 2004. In 2007, he won the Pantheon of Leather New England Regional Award. He has been active in the Boston leather community since 1990 and has shared his craft of knot tying for more than 40 years. 

Proceeds from tonight's event benefit SAGE, New York City's advocacy and service organization for LGBT elders.

Due to space capacity only 40 tickets will be available.

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