The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom is pleased to announce the winner of our 2004 International Mr. Leather Weekend Giveaway Raffle. We would like to thank the producers of IML for the donation of the winner's event packages. The room at the host hotel and air transportation to Chicago is being provided by NCSF.
NCSF netted approximately $2,000 after raffle expenses. LadyKuanYin from Florida was the winner, having purchased her ticket while attending the Leather Leadership Conference 8 in New Orleans.
"I am honored and blessed to have been so fortunate to have received this opportunity to attend IML," said LadyKuanYin when told of the raffle results. "Contributing to NCSF and furthering its objectives was more important than the prize. But the prize is more then welcomed! My sincere thanks to all."
NCSF would also like to thank the individuals, Coalition Partners and Supporting Members who sold and purchased raffle tickets. Without your support we could not do our critical work on behalf of the SM-leather-fetish, swing and polyamory communities.
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