DOMINANCE AND MASTERY: Walking the Walk
Saturday, March 2, 2013 time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Doors open at 1:30pm
at the Hotel Whitcomb, 1231 Market St. SF, Ca.
Mick Sheppard and Daddy Sal share their 25+ years of experience being in Master/slave and Sir/boy relationships. They discuss how their own relationships are structured, what is most important to them, what works andwhat doesn’t. They will talk about just what it is that they look for in a slave or boy as well as why they are drawn to the D/s lifestyle. Questions and discussion are encouraged.
Daddy Sal has been a part of the Leather Community and an activist for 20 years. She is founder and past coordinator of The Exiles in San Francisco. A past producer of the SF Dyke Daddy/Diva Contest, she has also organized numerous events and fundraising efforts. Her latest undertaking includes being co-producer of Leather Traditions, a group dedicated to organizing events exploring the Leather lifestyle. She identifies as a Sir and a Daddy and has a collared boy who has been in her service for over 10 years. Her participation in the community comes from a passion for the Leather lifestyle, for education and for mentoring.
Master Mick has been a member of the San Francisco Leather Community forover 20 years. He is active in several leather organizations and has been a frequent presenter at Leathermen’s Discussion Group, Leather-Levi Weekend, SF boys of Leather, PerverCity, Society of Janus, and other venues. His BDSM journey began at the infamous Eagles Nest and notorious Mine Shaft in New York many years ago. Mick has enjoyed both monogamous and open Dom/sub relationships with former partners, but has found his most enduring joy in building leather family – the multiple, formal, structured relationships that he enjoys with his slave and boys.