[Town Council]

Help support the Asheville, North Carolina leather/fetish community by donating new and used leather/fetish books to the Jack Stice Memorial Library.

For many of us, books and magazines were our introduction to the leather/fetish lifestyle. And until we were introduced to the community, they were the only source of education and guidance to a Safe, Sane, Consensual lifestyle. Unfortunately, the Asheville community does not have access to an alternative bookstore.

The Jack Stice Memorial Library is housed in Asheville, NC. The Asheville Leather Fetish Association (ALFA) founded by Khiki, and the lending library is providing much needed resources and contacts for those interested in learning about and living in Leather. The Jack Stice Memorial Library has become a valuable resource to the Leathercommunity at large.

Please help this community by donating: new or used leather/fetish books, leather/fetish magazines or copies of important articles, subscriptions to leather/fetish magazines.

Suggested titles... But not limited to: Leathermans Handbook I & II by Larry Townsend, On the Safe Edge by Trevor Jacques, Learning the Ropes by Race Bannon How to Make Rope Restraints by Race Bannon, The S/M Resource Guide by Race Bannon, Leather Sex by Joseph W. Bean, The Leather Contest Guide, by Guy Baldwin, Ties That Bind by Guy Baldwin, The Master's Manual by Rick Rinella, The Mistress Manual, by Lorelei, Different Loving by Gloria and William D. Brame & Jon Jacobs, The Lesbian S/M Safety Manual edited by Pat Califia, Sensuous Magic by Pat Califia, Macho Sluts by Pat Califia, Trust by Bert Herrman, Screw the Roses, Send me the Thorns by Philip Miller & Molly Devon, The Bottoming Book by Dossie Easton & Catherine A. Lizst, The Topping Book by Dossie Easton & Catherine A. Lizst, Kinky Crafts: 101 Do-It-Yourself S/M Toys by Lady Green, Miss Abernathy's Concise Slave Training Manual by Christine Abernathy, SM 101: A Realistic Introduction by Jay Wiseman, The Complete Spanker by Lady Green, Leatherfolk edited by Mark Thompson.

For information about where to send books, e-mail  Khiki Cavannarro   or contact  ALFA

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