Contestants - Kentucky

boy Steve holds the title of Bluegrass Leather Pride boy 2017. He entered the Leather Community in early 2015, and has a penchant for rope, watersports, CBT, and of course leather. boy Steve embodies a heart of service and strives to support the community. He is a member of Team Friendly Louisville and Titans of the Midwest. He regularly volunteers and supports events and fundraisers in his local and regional community (including TriState Leather, Kink-U Louisville and other events), and founded Louisville Kink and Fetish Night a monthly educational and social event. boy’s service flows over into the Non-Kink world serving as a Board Director and singing member of the Louisville Gay Men’s Chorus and the KY Opera Chorus.

Jami is honored to represent her community as Ms. Bluegrass Leather Pride 2017. While supporting her Kentuckiana community, and traveling to events, she discovered her home in the Leather Community.

She is a professional photographer, a LEGO enthusiast, and Epic LeGoat's mom. Jami is active in youth education, teaching agriculture and volunteering with 4-H. While serving her community, she often volunteers her photography skills for events and portraits.

Since finding the Leather and Kink community, she has discovered she is a Little Sadomasochist that enjoys tit-torture, biting, and finally feels free to be who she is. She found her home.

Raymond is a versatile switch who enjoys burritos, butt grabs, and crafting and is proud to represent the title of Bluegrass Leather Pride Bootblack.  Ray is an advocate for community service and shows this by living the motto, “More than a bootblack.”  You may find him bootblacking at an event, performing in bearded drag as Karen Forecox, or selling raffle tickets at various fundraisers.  Some of the organizations Ray has had the honor of supporting are Moveable Feast, Mama’s Kids, The Louisville Youth Group, and The Mazzoni Center.  Ray is honored to be here this weekend and is only here because of the support he has from his husband, late 90’s and early 2000’s pop music, and the community.  Those are things which make him feel at home.  And there’s no place like home.

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