Girl Amelia - 2019 Historian
Leathergirl, Pup, Educator, Drag King, Attorney
Girl Amelia is a Puerto Rican/Japanese femme bootblack in the Leather community. She is the owned and collared girl of Sir Paris, receiving her collar on December 31, 2008. Girl Amelia is part of the Leather pup community as Pup Purple/Pup Horo, a she-wolf. She is also a drag king named Ricardo, who comes out to play at fundraisers as a BDSM top. She is legal counsel to the Leather Heart Foundation, the Carter/Johnson Leather Library,and the Baltimore Playhouse. Girl Amelia has worked as a bootblack at Charm City Fetish Fair; SouthEast Leather Fair; DC Gay Pride Festival; Master/slave Conference; Mr/Ms New Jersey Leather; Philadelphia Leather Pride Night; Santa Saturday; Have a Nasty Christmas; Command MC New Year's Eve Bash; Winter Solstice; Brimstone II; Chesapeake Leather and Pride; Bears, Bikers & Mayhem 2013; and Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend. Girl Amelia is the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Community Bootblack and the First Runner-up for International Community Bootblack 2013.
Girl Amelia has been a practicing attorney for 30 years and has presented classes at the 2010 -2012 and 2014-2018 MsC (Wills and Advanced Medical Directives); Femme Boot Pride Weekend 2010 (Being a bootblack and the M/s dynamic); Winter Solstice 2010 (Bootblacking 101); Femme Con 2012 (Bootblacking 101); Philadelphia Leather Leadership Conference 2014 and 2015 (Why Bootblacks are Needed at Leather Events and How to Care for Them; Accessibility at Events). She has also taught at Black Rose and various MAsT meetings in Virginia, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Girl Amelia is the author of articles for Baltimore OutLoud magazine on topics involving immigration law.
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