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slave Angie

The Leather Archives & Museum welcomes slave Angie to the Women's Leather History Program

 

At its September 16th Board of Directors meeting, the LA&M added slave Angie to the Women's Leather History Program committee.  She looks forward to working with the LA&M Board of Directors and staff to continue preserving and providing access to women's history at the Leather Archives.

About Angie
A slave to Master Michael for over thirteen years, a femme leather-woman, bootblack, masochist and puppy. Slave Angie has worked hard to grow in the Master/slave dynamic that means so much to her, and has found love and happiness in being who she is. Angie’s path as a slave has taken her to explore a more spiritual/deeper element, as well as learning to share her experiences to others, teaching when she’s asked to, around the world.

Angie is honored to be International slave 2014. She is co-recipient of the 2015 Jack Stice Memorial award and 2015 Pantheon Couple of the Year award. She is also Co-producer of Illinois Leather Alliance contests, officer and Treasurer of Chicago Leather Club and a member of the Butchmann’s Board of Directors. Angie loves to ride with Michael and keep active in service to her Master and community

 
About Leather Archives & Museum
The Leather Archives & Museum is a library, museum and archives pertaining to leather and alternative sexual communities. The geographic collection scope is worldwide and includes all sexual orientations and genders. The library collection contains books, magazines, scholarly publications, films and electronic resources related to the subject matter. The museum collection contains original erotic art and artifacts from alternative sex organizations and individuals. The archival collection contains unpublished papers and records from notable activists, artists, businesses and organizations related to the subject matter.  For more information about the LA&M, please visit http://www.leatherarchives.org.

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Leather Archives & Museum
Rick Storer, Executive Director
773.761.9200
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