Congratulation to Thaly, our new Puppy Germany 2019!!! We had two great candidates this year and also want to thank Phil for all his efforts.
We're gearing up and getting ready! The Puppy Germany 2019 election will soon be in the starting blocks. The election will be happening in Cologne during the Cologne Pride Weekend from 5-7 July 2019. Start making your travel arrangements! Here is what awaits you:
All Puppy Germany events are open to everyone with an open mind, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. The election on 6 July is only open to those 18 years old and up and has a 7€ entry fee. All other Puppy Germany events are free and open to those of any age.
Recoemmended additional events from our partners and friends:
There are many further events you may wish to attend as part of Cologne Pride 2019. You can find all details in the Cologne Pride Program Guide.
The winner of the Puppy Germany election will be decided by three sources, all equally weighted (election rules):
We are exited and pleased to have the dear Sister Rosa-la-ola Grande as our moderator, and our esteemed jury members:
The winner of Puppy Germany 2018 and our very first ever Puppy Germany Titleholder is Finn!
We're thrilled to have Finn representing the puppy community and invite you to follow and support Finn's efforts and adventures during his title year.
Woof Woof, I'm Finn, a passionate pup player for 2 years.
My enthusiasm for fetish and my desire to expand the community has driven me recently to actively engage in the still somewhat small German puppy community. As admin of the Puppy Pride Telegram Group and co-organizer of the "meet and bark" meet-ups in Berlin, I enjoy helping pups and handlers get to know each other and make new contacts.
Through the distribution of affectionately designed flyers, I'm working to educate and inspire others for fetish pup play. Being elected as Puppy Germany has provided a great opportunity for me to expand my efforts and reach a wider audience.
Pup play still faces prejudice and a lack of understanding in many parts of our community; that is precisely what I want to change. As your first Puppy Germany, I am working to continue to expand the German community for pups, handlers and the curious, fight prejudice through education, establish pup play as an accepted fetish, and be a jump-start for newcomers.
Pupplay.de is an initiative from Finn to establish a German language pup play community site and platform with the most important events, informationen and flyers for the German speaking pup play community.
Rheinfetisch and a group of puppy and fetish enthusiasts worked together in 2018 to establish the first “Puppy Germany” titleholder in the traditions of the “Mister” fetish titleholders.
Our goal is to support and bring together the queer German puppy community, allowing them the opportunity to elect a titleholder who can represent and strengthen the puppy community in Germany as well as internationally.
“Puppy Germany” is a titleholder in the traditions of other titleholders in the queer fetish scene. The role of the titleholder is to serve as an ambassador and representative of the queer puppy fetish community, helping people learn about the puppy community and to support and strengthen that community.
The titleholder is expected to act with dignity and respect and serve as a role model in the community. The titleholder carries the title for one year. As a member of the global titleholder network, the titleholder will be eligible and invited to participate in various national and international fetish events during their title year.
Germany's modern Puppy Community is young, small and very diverse. We like it to express its Zeitgeist - especially the idea of gender equality and the equal status of sexual orientation. Terminologies like male or female don't live up to standards anymore. Humans can only be happy if they accept themselves for who they are, especially as they find themselves as HUMAN. We like to stand up for that. I AM HUMAN - PUPPY GERMANY
We're happy to have as our partners:
And we're always looking for new, engaged community members and supporters who would like to work with us on this effort.
Starting in 2020, we want to begin hosting the Puppy Germany election in different cities and regions around Germany. Later this year we will have an open invitation for proposals from groups, orgnaizations, or clubs across Germany who are willing and capable of hosting the election in their city.
If you are interested, get in touch!