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Mr. Ms. Ms. Uproar is an inclusive LGBTQIA+ leather competition that celebrates and honors the diverse and vibrant leather and kink community within the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. This annual event brings together contestants from various backgrounds and identities, showcasing their commitment to the leather lifestyle, their dedication to fostering a sense of unity and acceptance, and their passion for educating and advocating for the broader LGBTQIA+ community. Mr. Ms. Mx. Uproar is not only a platform for self-expression and empowerment but also a symbol of the resilience and strength of the LGBTQIA+ leather community in the face of adversity and discrimination.


  • Contestant Registration Deadline - October 10, 2023 (12pm)


  • Announce Eligible Contestant - October 17, 2023 (8pm)


  • 1st Event - November 4, 2023 (7pm-12am)  *Launch event will start with 15 contestants with an elimination of 5 contestants.


  • 2nd Event - December 2, 2023 (7pm-12am) *Event will start with 10 contestants with an elimination of 3 contestants resulting in 7 moving to the next level.


  • 3rd Event - January 19, 2024 (7pm-12am)  *Event will start with 7 contestants with an elimination of 2 contestants resulting in 5 moving to the finals.


  • 4th Event - February 2, 2024 (7pm-12am) Sash/Title





  • Contestants must identify as gay or be part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

  • Contestants must be at least 21 years of age.

  • Contestants must have a strong interest in or connection to the leather and BDSM community.


Application and Entry Fee:

  • N/A


Contestant Responsibilities:

  • Contestants are expected to actively participate in fundraising efforts leading up to the competition.

  • They must adhere to a code of conduct that reflects positively on the leather and LGBTQIA+ communities.



  • Contestants are required to raise a certain amount of money for the designated charity or cause. This can involve various activities such as charity auctions, donation drives, or organizing fundraising events.


Judging Criteria:

  • Judges may evaluate contestants based on several criteria, which may include personality, leather attire, stage presence, community involvement, and fundraising efforts.



  • Contestants are expected to wear their attire during various segments of the competition. This may include leather jackets, pants, harnesses, boots, and other accessories.


Question and Answer Segment:

  • Contestants will be asked questions related to their involvement in the LGBTQIA+ communities, their views on important issues, and their vision for the title they are competing for.

Charity Focus:

  • The primary purpose of the competition is to raise funds for a designated charity or cause. Contestants should be passionate about the chosen charity and be willing to contribute to its success.


Title and Responsibilities:

  • The winner of the competition is awarded a title, such as "Mr. Uproar", "Ms. Uproar", or Mx. Uproar and may be expected to represent the leather and LGBTQIA+ communities at various events and fundraisers during their reign.


Code of Conduct:

  • Contestants and winners are expected to maintain a positive and respectful image within the community and promote inclusivity and acceptance.


  • Presentation - This category assesses how well a contestant presents themselves on stage. It includes factors like confidence, poise, and stage presence. Contestants are often judged on their ability to make a strong first impression.

  • Interview - Contestants are usually interviewed by a panel of judges. This category evaluates their knowledge, their communication skills, and their ability to articulate their thoughts and opinions.

  • Image - This category looks at how well a contestant embodies the lifestyle and image. It includes factors like their choice of attire, grooming, and overall appearance.

  • Community Service - Many competitions place a strong emphasis on community involvement and service. Contestants may be judged on their contributions to the communities, such as volunteer work, fundraising, or organizing events.

  • Speech or Personal Essay - Some competitions require contestants to deliver a speech or submit a personal essay. This category assesses their ability to express themselves and convey their views on important topics within the LGBTQ+, leather, and BDSM communities.

  •  Knowledge - Contestants may be quizzed on their knowledge of history, traditions, and protocols. 

  • Sexual Freedom - This category evaluates a contestant's views on sexual freedom and their understanding of consent and safe practices within the LGBTQIA+, leather, and BDSM community.

  • Community Impact - Judges may consider the impact a contestant has had on their local LGBTQIA+, leather, and BDSM community. This can include mentoring, leadership, or advocacy work.

  • Hot Attire - Some competitions have a category that assesses a contestant's sexual appeal or "hotness." This can include how well they express their sexuality.

  • Personal Statement or Platform - Contestants may be required to present a personal statement or platform, outlining their goals and objectives within the LGBTQIA+, leather, and BDSM communities.


Photography, Filming and Podcasts disclaimer:

Please note that photographs and footage will be taken throughout the competition event. These will be used by Uproar for marketing and publicity in our publications, on our website and in social media or in any third-party publication. Please contact the event organizer if you have any concerns or if you wish to be exempted from this activity.

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