The Master/slave Conference established the Master/slave Heritage Award in 2009. The first was first presented to Guy Baldwin during the Tribute to MAsT ’99.
Following the presentation of the first award to Mr. Baldwin, MsC announced that the award would bear his name.
Since then, The Guy Baldwin Master/slave Heritage Award have been presented to individuals who have contributed to the advance of the Master/slave consensual relationships.
Baldwin is an icon of the Leather Community and a well-known psychotherapist based in Los Angeles, California. He held the title of International Mr. Leather 1989, He is also a national speaker and writer and the author of SlaveCraft and Ties than Bind.
The award is granted every year during the annual Master/slave Conference (MsC) held in the Washington, DC – Baltimore area. MsC is produced by MTTA, Inc., a non-profit educational organization to advance M/s relationships.
2016 – slave david stein, New York, New York
2015 – Lady Lynette (Posthumously)
2014 – Master Z, Dallas, Texas
2013 – Master Alex Keppeler, Jackson, Michigan
2012 – Mama Vi Johnson, Evansville, Indiana
2011 – Master Jim and slave marsha, Houston, Texas
2010 – Master Steve and the Butchmanns Family
2009 – Master Roger Curtman, Atlanta, Georgia
2009 – Guy Baldwin, Los Angeles, California