Pixy is your current International Ms. Olympus Leather as well as Ms. West Coast Olympus Leather 2016. She identifies as a dominant switch. Pixy has a passion for learning, service and most recently, educating. Her journey into the BDSM/Kink community begun in the fall of 2011 in a conservative Midwestern town. Upon her return to California in the summer of 2014, she found the Leather community, and in it, she found a home.
She has dedicated herself to service in any way possible, while growing and evolving in turn. She has been able to utilize the platform of her title to travel and educate women on PrEP awareness. Pixy has a passion in giving back while supporting community that has given her so much by its existence as well as supporting near and dear causes close to home. Her service looks a little different with every endeavor, some have been strictly monetary, others take moments of my time and yet others have meant so much more. Some of these impactful experiences include, Veterans Airlift Command, DomCon Los Angeles, San Diego Pride, Long Beach Pride, The Leather Realm, Mr. LA Leather, Inland Empire Leather Ambassadors, Ms. LA Leather, DM at Sanctuary Studios LAX, and many bar events.
Pixy is currently under consideration for Circle DayBreak. Circle DayBreak is Kinky Family, comprised of Dominant women, established in 2011 to provide one another a safe space to learn and experience their Kinky grove. This safe space, she explains, has allowed her to evolve from like-mindedness to finding a true expression in needle play wax play as well other forms of heavy to sensual styles of flogging, caning and spanking. She does needle play demos and wax demos whenever possible. She enjoys dominating others, needle play, spanking, canes, crops, fisting, wax play, fire play, and flogging.
International Ms. Olympus Leather is slave boo. Boo is involved in charity work, the 2 charities that she devotes her time to are Youth First and 22 Until None. Youth FIrst is an organization in Dallas that helps LGBT youth. Her Master's household the Wulfe's Den, has cooked dinners, provided art and school supplies, donated a trailer for the Pride Parade, and much more. 22 Until None is an organization dedicated to veterans and helping them overcome PTSD, and suicide prevention. She is the owner, and founder, of Boots and Bikes. Boots and Bikes brings all aspects of the community together to raise money for 22 Until None by washing motorcycles, and blacking leather!
The Wulfes Den is a community, charity, and activism household of more than 20 members. Their goal is to provide support to their local community, and the first rule is that each member is required to give back, volunteer, donate, or work in the community.
In 2015, she asked a simple question about running for a Leather Title. Within 2 months she was on stage and honored to be announced as Ms. Great Plains Olympus Leather. A mere, 3 months later, she was onstage, in Atlanta, competing for International Ms. Olympus Leather. The stars aligned, and with tons of support, slave boo became International Ms Olympus Leather 2015-2016. Her year as title holder has been life changing, and amazing. She has traveled, judged, volunteered, taught and made many many friends. Winner of the 2016 Pantheon of Leather South Central Regional Award.
Fred Anderson is the current International Mr. Olympus Leather 2015-2016 and Great Plains Mr. Olympus Leather 2015. He bought his first leather vest from Shades of Grey in Dallas back in 2002 and has met many wonderful people who have helped him along his leather journey.
An avid cigar aficionado and bootblack, Fred likes to teach others about Cigar play and Cigar Service, as well as bootblacking and leathercare. He's also pinned into Mama's Family as "Mama's Cigar Aficionado". A former Gulf Coast Community Bootblack in 2008, he tries to help others care for and maintain their leather. He's had the opportunity to teach at events, held positions of leadership in the local and international leather organizations, bootblack for contests and be a part of many organizations such as Mr. Friendly in helping reduce the stigma of HIV.
The biggest change since winning International Mr. Olympus Leather is the number of events he's attended throughout his title year. Trying to travel nearly every weekend of the year and attending local, regional and International Leather contests, he has sought to bring back visibility and a presence with Olympus Leather through volunteering and social media.