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This Year's Staff
www.leathernjonline.com, 28 April 2007 [cached]
Mr. DC Eagle 1984 & Founder of the Mid-Atlantic Leather Contest - Al Santora
The Truth, Newsletter of Les Femmes
www.lesfemmes-thetruth.org, 26 May 2006 [cached]
On February 26th the Washington Post carried a story about Al Santora, dean of students at Paul VI High School in Fairfax and an active participant in the D.C. "leather boys.
Santora also founded the Mid-Atlantic Leather Contest.
To the uninitiated that may sound like a bunch of motor cycle jocks; but no, it's the butch gays who engage in sado-masochistic play. [you know...cutting and slashing, using whips and chains...the kind of moral example you want for your kids.] The contest Santora founded includes a "Jock Strap" event where "Each contestant appears in a Jock Strap on stage and your written Fantasy is read by the Emcee.
The contest application asks about "Current Relationships (single, lover, have Master, slave, Daddy, etc.)." Keep in mind Mr. Santora was no shrinking violet hiding in the closet.
Who hired Santora?
Who did his
Why did the diocese fail to discover his
perverted fancies since he
did little to hide them?
have a diocesan advocate recommending him?
Washington Blade Online
www.washblade.com, 9 Jan 2004 [cached]
In 1985, Tony Bachrach and Al Santora created the Mr. Mid-Atlantic Leather Contest, and Leather Weekend as we know it was born.
Leather Journey Announcement Page
www.leatherjourneymag.com, 10 Nov 2004 [cached]
The Head Judge for the weekend will be the founder of the Mid Atlantic Leather Contest, Al Santora.
Mr. Northeast Pa. Leather 2001 Contest - Photos
www.nepa-leathermen.com, 6 April 2000 [cached]
Contest judge Al Santora, founder of the Mid-Atlantic Leather Contest, addresses outgoing Mr. Northeast Pa. Leather 2000 Ralph Wood prior to his step-down speech
...Contest judge Al Santora, founder of the Mid-Atlantic Leather Contest, addresses outgoing Mr. Northeast Pa. Leather 2000 Ralph Wood prior to his step-down speech.