Pixie is your current Ms. West Coast Olympus Leather. She identifies as a dominant switch. Pixie 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. Up on 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. Pixie 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. Pixie 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 to others, needle play, spanking, canes, crops, fisting, wax play, fire play, and flogging.
West Coast Olympus Leather History
I started my official journey into leather 26 years ago, in 1988, I was living in London and some friends of mine started a club called Torture Garden.When I moved back to the United States I found that I was looking for more from an S&M club and that is where I found Butchmanns Academy and was introduced to a more structured way of living my Kink lifestyle.
When I moved to Hawaii I missed leather community... The island was so small and back then there was no fetlife, and no local community, but as luck would have it I became partners with the amazing Lee Harrington and was able to travel several times a year to attend my favorite kink and leather events I took what I learned there and brought it home to Maui. The community in Maui has grown by leaps and bounds. We created an amazing international event called Leather & Leis, we also host community events, and spiritual rituals with some of the finest, funnest kinkiest people I have ever met. These people are the gold of my soul, I am very glad to be able to call them my family.
One of the things I would like to help influence in our community is all the infighting. I researched and wrote the Conflict Resolution Guidelines for my own community and it has been adapted many times, by many communities, what I would like to do as a holder of this title is to offer my services as a peace facilitator and mediator to any communities with conflict.
In July of 2015 Matthew Mullins became the 3rd Mr West Coast Olympus Leather. He is a professional writer, event photographer and event promotor/bartender for Bullet Bar. He lives with his Master, Dan Lovell, and serves him as a pup and a slave, and he flags yellow, light blue, and hunter green. In 2014, he joined the ranks of the Los Angeles Band of Brothers after winning Mr. Bullet Leather 2014. He continued his journey by winning Southern California Leather Boy 2014, and was 1st runner up at the International Leather Sir/boy competition in Dallas. Then the following summer he ran and picked up the title of Mr. West Coast Olympus 2015. With the titles and exposure, he has been able to raise thousands for charities such as, APLA, AIDS Lifecycle, St Judes Research Hospital, LA Gay & Lesbian Center, Paws LA, Tom of Finland Foundation, and many more. In 2015, He is seen as an advocate for the pup lifestyle in Los Angeles, and co-created the first ever Los Angeles Puppy Pride Weekend this past November. He also has been a speaker at Avatar, teaching ‘old guard’ the ways of puppy play. He will ride in AIDS Lifecycle for the second time next June.