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FLAG (Fits Like A Glove)

Boston and Providence, USA

Fits Like A Glove c/o Jim Maciel P.O. Box 79243 North Dartmouth, MA 02747-0993

Fits Like A Glove is a social organization made up of individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation, who enjoy wearing, admiring, using and celebrating Gloves, leather and uniforms in many aspect of their lives. The organization exists to promote interaction between its members, and will remain a social and fund raising group in its constitution. Race, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.

FLAG is a unique organization, in that it deals with glove fetish. No other organization is like us. Our members range in age from their twenties to their seventies. FLAG's membership is predominantly gay male, but it is not limited to men or gay people. We not only have straight members in FLAG but have had women join and currently have several in membership now. FLAG is open to anyone who shares the love for gloves.

We have a newsletter called The Flagship which is printed quarterly (4 times a year). We cover glove/leather/uniform events, club happenings, meeting notes, glove fiction by our members, and coverage of our own club events. Our Glove Box gives you the chance to write and speak your mind on issues. We have had, in the past, had a personals section called Glovingly Yours.

A membership list and catalog list is sent with each newsletter which only goes out to current members. Only members receive these listings. The club membership listings are updated every issue or so as necessary. A membership application is available in the section Membership Info.

FLAG already has members across thirty-four states and eleven countries.

Membership available

Information from BLUF last updated by AusTool2003 (2446) at Sat Aug 1 05:17:30 2020 UTC


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