Bil Browning

Caption This: Ride Without the Hide

Filed By Bil Browning | January 18, 2010 9:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: animal rights, DC Agenda, PETA, protesters, ride without the hide

Grabbed this pic gay-anti-leather-dcagenda.jpgfrom DC Agenda photographer Michael Key's photospread from Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend.

There's no caption for the photo on the site, but I'm assuming that the two pleathermen are anti-leather protesters. Are they from PETA? Anyone know?

It seemed like a good candidate for a Caption This photo. What've you got?

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"Ride without the hide" sounds like they're promoting barebacking to me.

So they want people to trade in the leather for all sorts of petrochemical products?

Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | January 18, 2010 2:07 PM

There were lots of PETA folks passing out literature and such over the weekend. I didn't make the connection between them and MAL. Of course, I was more focused on checking out the hot leather/rubber/gear boys.

Great. Now all I can think about is that line, "who wants a mustache ride?" from Super Troopers.

I forgot to say what my caption is: "There is no more feared beast in nature than the gay pleatherdaddy"

David Wallace | January 22, 2010 2:47 PM

I was stuck in NYC, nursing the flu, and couldn't go. But... was it really that warm in DC in January? Or is this pic from some other date/locale? Because in previous years, it's been waaaay too cold to dress like that.