DCBC Meetings are the 2nd Sunday of the Month on the 2nd Floor of the
Green Lantern, 3PM – 5PM
can I join DCBC?
DCBC conducts itself much like a fraternity (as all the other Leather
Clubs do) and as such has membership requirements known only to Active
Members of the Club. The membership process is strictly internal, and
it is only during the Closed Sessions of our Monthly Membership Meetings
that we discuss potential members and membership issues. That said,
here is how the process works:
If you are interested in becoming a member of DCBC, you start by telling
one or more of the Active Members that you wish to join the Club.
Those members will
inform the Membership Coordinator, who will bring it up during the
The Active Membership
will discuss each month how you have demonstrated your interest in
the Club and eventually some Active Members will step forward and
agree to sponsor you for membership.
They will encourage
you to participate in Club functions, and introduce you to all the
Active Members so they may get to know you.
After a majority of
members have indicated that they agree you have fulfilled the membership
requirements, you are asked if you will accept membership in DCBC.
It is then your choice
to say Yes or No.
This process can take
from four to eight months.
Please Note: The above is just a description of how the process works,
but the actual process is kept strictly confidential and discussed
only amongst Active Members of the Club. At no time will you be told
that you have sponsors or that you are even being discussed for potential
membership, as the process is internal. However, as long as Club members
continue to encourage you to participate in Club events, that is a
strong indication that the we are aware of your desire to be a member,
and are discussing it at our meetings.
Examples of demonstrating interest in the Club: Attend meetings, participate
in Club bar nights, volunteer to help the Club at bar nights (serve
beer, sell jell-o shots, etc.), participate in non-bar related Club
events (Pride Day, pool parties, road trips, etc.), socialize with
Club members outside of Club functions, volunteer at Bear Invasion,
join the Friends of DCBC yahoogroup, etc.