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  • Meet the Blackout Leather Productions Board of Directors

    10397016_1532765603637108_8299472721842061182_oTobin Britton has been a long standing member of the Portland, Oregon leather community for well over a decade launching himself head first with memberships in a number of groups in the area. Tobin has spent many years as a member of such groups as Portland Leather Alliance, Rose City Discussion Club, Blackout Leather Productions and Bad Girls. Tobin served as Parade Coordinator and President for 5 years of Pride Northwest streamlining many aspects of Portland’s large pride festival and parade. Through his years on the board many objectives were fleshed out including increased sponsorship and donations, a parade route that marched through the heart of downtown Portland and the much coveted "walk around liquor license" that are still aspects of the event today. Tobin has served the community as Ms Oregon State Leather 2001 as well as the leather community as a whole as American Leatherwoman 2002 which afforded him the honor of traveling the country as well as abroad as judge, tallymaster, judges boy and contestant handler for numerous large and small titles.Tobin has presented on such topics as knife play, race play and D/s dynamics for many clubs and organizations throughout the country. He currently serves as President and founding member of The Boiys In Leather Service-Rose City, a volunteer group based on serving its various communities. Tobin is an unowned switchy service boy who happens to head his own family and he is Daddy and husbutch to boy justin, Daddy to girl joni (International Ms Leather 2001, MaPa to boy kip (American Leatherboy 2002) and Sir to his pet karen and his toy, jewel. Tobin is honored to have received a Pantheon nomination for Woman Of The Year in 2004 and to have been featured on the Logo Channel's queer travel show "Roundtrip Ticket" when Portland, Oregon was the destination.