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Peter Fiske: The Art of the Whip

  • SF LGBT Community Center 1800 Market St San Francisco, CA, 94102 United States (map)

What better way to commemorate Pride than with leather icon Peter Fiske? Few men in our community are more loved, respected and celebrated than this month's presenter. 

A friend of LDG from the beginning -- 15 years ago -- Peter will bring a selection from his legendary collection of rare and unusual whips, talk about buying whips, using them safely, and the art of the singletail, from administering marks of pleasure to making a hot scene happen with your whip.

Daddy Peter Fiske has beeen a leatherman since March 1964. He is a Stonewall veteran and member of Stonewall Veterans Association (SVA) New York, NY. Peter is SF Leather Daddy XXI and he is Chairman of Delta International, Chairman Emeritus of the 15 Association, and a co-founder of the Breast Cancer Emergency Fund (BCEF) of SF. His community service includes: board member and president of SF AIDS Emergency Fund and board member of SF LGBT Pride.

Peter's awards include two Pantheon of Leather Awards and one Pantheon Lifetime Achievement Award. Peter has also been honored with the Hank Cook Service award by AEF San Francisco and by SFLGBT Pride with the 2005 Heritage of Pride award for longtime service to the SFLGBT community.

Daddy Peter is a well known educator and has presented at hundreds of events over the years, including many times at LDG. He has also presented at Avatar, Inferno, Delta, the 15 Association, Society of Janus and at numerous events all over the US. For over 45 years Peter has been an activist and leatherman working tirelessly to better the lives of leatherfolk everywhere.

LDG programs start promptly at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:10 p.m. We advise arriving early as seating is limited. Program will include a demonstration.