The Master/slave History Project

Who are we? Where did we come from? How did we evolve and develop? A big part of our leather history hinges on the answers to these questions. Our leather history is an important part of our identity, values and beliefs – the heritage of you, me, and the community. It provides the glue that unites and holds us together. Our leather bonds and ties – strong, powerful and very much alive.

Together, we have an obligation to preserve our leather history and traditions, for ourselves and for the ones that will follow in our footsteps. Any important organization, community, and people have a written history that makes them heard and remembered. Indeed, there are many stories all throughout history – but remember, the ones we know today are the ones that were written down.

Let us tell the world our story. Let them know who we are and where we come from. Let us tell them why we matter and are important.

Join me in supporting the Master/slave History Project.

In leather and friendship,
Sir Eric Pride
The Pride Household
New York City, May 2013


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