Drummer fetish contests to take place Saturday, March 26 at Club120
Toronto, Canada — Organizers of Central Canada Drummer today announced the panel of judges for the 2016 contests, which will take place in Toronto on Saturday, March 26. The contests are part of Central Canada Drummer fetish weekend, taking place Thursday, March 24 through Sunday, March 27, the Easter long weekend. The weekend will feature six events over four days. The Presenting Sponsor is Steamworks Baths Toronto.
Members of the panel of judges for the Drummer and Drummerboy contests, will be:
- Celebrating the 20th anniversary of his Drummer title, Sean Martin, Central Canada Drummer 1996, from Montreal; and from Toronto,
- Karl, President of Torontorubbermen (TORN);
- Matthew Moore, Central Canada Drummer 2015;
- Darcy Fonseca, Central Canada Drummerboy 2015; and,
- Master Tony Palazzo, International LeatherSIR 2009, who will serve as Head Judge.
The Central Canada Drummer contests will take place Saturday, March 26 at Club120 (120 Church St at Richmond). Doors 12:30; contest will start at 1:30pm sharp. Admission $10.
The Central Canada Drummer contests are designed to better reflect the reality of gay men active today in the fetish/kink communities. Each title is open to the broad spectrum of fetish identities celebrated by gay men — from rubber, uniforms, skinhead and leather, to sports kit, military, punk and more — and reach beyond any one specific power dynamic. Eligible contestants are gay-identified biological or trans men in the fetish/kink communities, age 21 or older, and residents of Ontario. (Age 21 is the legal age to compete at the DNA contests held in the United States.)
Steamworks Baths Toronto (www.SteamworksBaths.com) is the Presenting Sponsor of Central Canada Drummer fetish weekend and the official bathhouse for Central Canada Drummer. Community Partners include Club120 (www.Club120.ca), Rough House (www.RoughHouse.ca), Churchmouse & Firkin (www.FirkinPubs.com) and Sudbury Leather And Gay Men (www.SLAGmen.ca).