SouthEast LeatherFest lands in queer Atlanta

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Hundreds of queer folks convened in Chamblee for four days of leather, leather and more leather at the 24th Annual SouthEast LeatherFest.

SELF drew over 500 people this year to take in the demos, parties and educational elements from June 13-16.

Highlights were the 3rd Annual Women of Leather Gathering and appearances by four of the five founders of Onyx, the national organization for black gay leather men.

Photos by Russ Youngblood

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