Rangers – Pub Night – A Tribute

A tribute to the Rangers Motor club, so get into your leathers, Denim or your MotorCycle Gear for a fun packed Boot Co Pub night…

Get your picture taken on stage sitting on a motorbike.

Rangers will be held at Nellies Bunker at the Sportsman Hotel, doors open from 8pm.

Hot Music and hot shows. The Dungeon will be open again. Stage shows , members draw and lots more. So come and have a great night with your Bootco Brothers. DJ Master Sergeant will be making you sweat on his dance floor.

Members Jackpot currently at $450.00

Raffle Prizes including a Voucher for $50 from Army of Men and two Meat trays values at $100 and $60

Meet our new MQL and QLD Leather Daddy 2016

Also BootCo. Encourages all members and guests to take the time tio fill out the QuAC survey that will be available at Rangers.

Tickets: Rangers Pub Pre Tickets

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Corium 2016

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BootCo is celebrating 26 years by presenting Queensland’s premier all male leather, fetish and dance event.

Sponsored by Lucrecia & DeSade this years Corium will be at Number 29 –  with doors opening exclusively to ticket-holders in a whole venue event from 6 pm till late on August 27.

Featuring DJ Fradge and DJ Saeni Boi, there will be entertainment a plenty with the options of dancing the night away, playing in the upstairs area, visiting the pop up dungeon for something a bit kinkier, watching one of the several shows or even just kicking back and socialising with friends in the garden area.

A key feature of Corium is the announcement of Mr Queensland Leather 2016, with Lucrezia & DeSade returning as the main sponsor. This year we are also delighted to re-welcome Army of Men as the new sponsor for Queensland Leatherboy 2016, with the winner for both being announced on the night.

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Mr Queensland Leather is a prestigious title amongst the Australian Leather Community – we encourage men from all sections of the leather community to enter. This year also sees the Queensland Leather Boy competition continuing it’s growth with stages of competition rather than just an appearance onstage.

Providing a coat check service on the night is our returning corporate sponsor is Brisbane’s first all male adult , Spunk’d who will also be trading late.

The MQL competition and Corium even are proudly sponsored by Lucrezia & DeSade, Spunk’d Adult Store, Army Of Men Leather, STFUmedia, and Number 29 Cruise Club.

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Members can buy tickets at Tom’s Bar only for $25.00 and Online until 7th August until the price raises to $30.00

Tickets cost $30 for members and $35 for guests and are available now online through eventbrite and at the door at Number 29. If not sold out, a limited amount of tickets will also be available on the night – so make sure you get your tickets early.

Tickets at the door will cost $35.00
Tickets can be purchased from Number 29
Corium Tickets Online:
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Number 29 is located at 29 McLachlan Street, Fortitude Valley

MQL 2015 Title Year Journey

As it is coming to the end of my year as Mr Queensland Leather, I can look back at my year with pride, amusement and enjoyment. The title year started out with me finding my feet and deciding how I was going to mark the year as my own and how I was going to promote BootCo and promote the causes that were near to my heart.

I had already begun to promote BootCo to a younger generation before my time as MQL through Boot Youth and I continued to do so. I also wanted to get the club to interact more with the wider Australian leather community, I therefore reciprocated the invitation by Sydney Leather Pride to be part of their Mardi Gras contingent by inviting Mr Sydney Leather, Tim Ball to BootCo. I also participated in the first Australian BLUF event in Melbourne, attended by many leather men from all over Australia and beyond. I then attended Code Black soon after and met Stephen Morgen, Mr Laird Leatherman. It was great to meet so many leathermen and to form connections in person with those who I had been chatting with online.

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Leather Journey – Richard Fraser

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While there may not be such a thing as a typical leather journey, my own experience of this subculture may be somewhat unusual.

It is approaching 18 months since I started photographing Brisbane’s leather and kink subculture, as part of my ambitious attempt to transition from media and telecommunications regulator to visual artist. About to commence my final year of a photography degree and faced with the challenge of what to do my major project on, I thought it would be fun and interesting to look at pup play – something I had only the vaguest knowledge and understanding of at the time. I had no real desire to participate but at the same time sensed that it would be – ironically – an engaging story about how we as human beings relate to one another.

To cut a long story short, my visual exploration of pup play evolved into an examination of other kinks and I was able to produce a body of work that was included in an exhibition of photojournalism earlier this year. The work provides visual account of the physical and emotional components of this often secret world and shows a playfulness and sense of connection which are often absent from the highly constructed representations of kink often found in mass media. If you have yet to see my work it can be viewed at www.rfphoto.com.au.

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