Central Canada Olympus Leather: Promoting A Positive Image of the Leather Lifestyle!
Ottowa, Ont, CAN Contest info coming soon!
It is our belief that the Leather community is comprised of an extremely diverse group of people ranging from the motorcycle and Leather/Levi clubs to the heaviest SM edge player and all Leatherfolk in between.
Our title holders are afforded a community stage that has traditionally opened doors allowing for the promotion of their respective platforms and agendas whether the platform or agenda's were predicated toward any sexual preference, gender identification, age, religion, race or ability or not.
Olympus Leather supports competitors who choose to walk a path true to their identity, paving the way to a future of freedom of expression. Olympus Leather urges our titleholders throughout the course of their year to address gender bias and exclusion. It is vital that we continue to lead the leather community by promoting social change through equality, inclusion and example.
Bo Chi HUANG started in the world of kink via discipline in 2001, while studying in Kingston, Ontario. Later, he moved to Montreal, Quebec where he got involved with the local kink community. He is a member of the Phoenix club of Montreal. He is also an ongoing member in the Activities Committee (that plans social gatherings and other activities) for the past two years. He was first runner up for Mr. Leather Montreal in 2015. In 2016, he again placed runner up for the same title by a difference of only 0.37 points. He is assisting this year’s Fusion committee to organize the rubber/leather/puppy Fusion weekend in 2017, as well as with the introduction of the Mme. Cuir contest. He has also participated in many leather parties/get togethers in and around the Montreal area, including: Kink nights at the Stud, BlackKnight , BlackKnight BearDrop, and The Ottawa Knights 40th anniversary dinner. Since November 2013, he has organized social outings for the Montreal Social Queer Group, a group that brings individuals in our community together in the hope of socializing and making new friends. He has also facilitated discussion groups with Jeunesse Lambda (Montreal), Coming Out Being Out (Toronto), and Coming Out, Living After (Kingston) to help people in all stages of the coming out process feel comfortable with themselves and with the process. When Bo Chi is not busy with all of these activities, he can be found watching indie, drama, romantic comedy and Japanese anime movies as well as going to musicals that pass through Montreal or in cities where he has visited. He is also a certified group fitness instructor with YMCA and Can Fit Pro and gives classes at various centres in Montreal, including one class in Cantonese, offered in conjunction with the Chinese Family Services.
Victoria W. has been involved in Toronto’s leather community as a volunteer, board member and event producer. She has organized SM workshops and helps to produce Toronto Leather Pride, Mr. Leatherman Toronto Ms Leather Toronto, Mr. Rubber Toronto, and the new Pup Toronto contests with other dedicated volunteers. She is the first producer to create Northbound Leather’s annual Fetish Fashion Show for four years. She has also taught workshops and judged contests across North America and Ireland. In 2008 she won the Central Canada Olympus Leather title.
Our Sister and friend passed from this world Feb 10, 2014. She will be missed.