Toronto, Canada — Contestant registration is now open for the 2017 Central Canada Drummer fetish contests, for the titles of Central Canada Drummer and Central Canada Drummerboy.
The fetish contest will be among the half-dozen events planned for Central Canada Drummer fetish weekend, April 13–16, 2017 in Toronto, presented by Steamworks Baths Toronto.
The deadline for contestants to register is midnight, Sunday, April 9, 2017.
Part of the Drummer North America (DNA) family, Central Canada Drummer fetish weekend rekindles the Drummer tradition of self-identified masculinity.
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.
Winning contestants from the Central Canada region will advance to compete at Drummer North America in Las Vegas in February 2018.
Eligible Central Canada contestants must be gay-identified, biological and trans men in the fetish/kink communities, age 21 and older, who are residents of Ontario. (The age of 21 is the legal age to compete at the DNA contests held in the United States.)
Additionally, contestants may not hold a current title on the date of the regional contest, and must meet all other contestant qualifications and requirements.