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               their home in Venice Beach were not shameful. Those two, like all the
               others, were worth kissing. They were worth telling. They were indeed
               some dance to remember.”
                   In his  History of Our Leather-S/M Fetish Sub-Culture and
               Communities, leather historian David Stein, a founder of Gay Male S/M
               Activists (GMSMA), adroitly sussed out that the unabashed salon around
               Drummer was a hyper-active hive of esthetic, social, and sexual connec-
               tions: “Fritscher, one of the great Drummer editors, seems to have been
               everywhere and done everyone during the ‘good old days’ of leather.”






















































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