(Toronto, Ontario) — Organizers of the Central Canada Drummer fetish weekend today announced that boy Alex Dunlop, of Toronto, will serve as Contest Coordinator for the inaugural Central Canada Drummer Bootblack 2015 (CCDB 2015).
The CCDB 2015 contest will be held during Central Canada Drummer (CCD) fetish weekend, which will take place Thursday, April 2 through Sunday, April 5, 2015, the Easter long weekend. CCD fetish weekend will feature more than a half-dozen fetish events over four days, kicking off Thursday night. (Good Friday is a statutory holiday.) A complete roster will be announced in March.
Contestant registration is now open. Bootblacks interested in competing, download the applications from this site.
The Central Canada Drummer Bootblack contest is open to gay-identified, biological and trans men, who are bootblacks and residents of Ontario. (Gay-male identified trans men do not require male government identification.)
An active member of the Canadian and international bootblack communities, boy Alex holds the titles of Ms Black Eagle 2002 and Bootblack Toronto 2006. Boy Alex has served on the judging panels for Bootblack Toronto in 2007, International LeatherSIR / Leatherboy (ILSb) and International Community Bootblack (ICBB) in 2008, and International Ms Bootblack in 2010. He served as the Tally Master for the Eastern Canada LeatherSIR / Leatherboy contest in 2012 and 2013. In 2014, boy Alex served as the contest coordinator for the Central Canada Community Bootblack contest.
Recognized by his peers and community, boy Alex is the recipient of the Community Choice Award at International Community Bootblack 2008; a Community Builder Award, presented in 2010 by Eastern Canada LeatherSIR/Leatherboy; and, in 2014, the David Galbraith Award for his outstanding contribution to bootblacking, presented by Heart of the Flag Federation.
The panel of judges and tally master for CCDB 2015 will be announced mid-March.