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We are a group of friends that have gathered together throughout the years to bring fun events and promote community in Seattle and wherever else we may roam. We aren't a club with memberships or anything official like that.
Sometimes we put our minds to pushing an agenda, cause, or charity: but when we do, the focus is on them, not us. We are merely there to provide the shoulders for others to stand upon and hopefully have some fun while making things happen and the world a little better.
This isn't everyone you will see when you come out to our events, but these are some of the people helping to plan events and make things happen. If you see them out, please don't hesitate to approach them with questions or just to chat!
You can always reach out to one of our ambassadors with questions and comments. If you need help because someone is not following the XL Bears Code of Conduct, find any of these ambassadors for assistance. There will be a minimum of one at every event we host.
Shaun helped start XL Bears and has been actively working with the group for 6 years.
You can make small talk with him about: Dr Who, web development, languages, drag, gaming, hiking, and social justice.
He's got your back, so just ask if you need him to do anything!div
Marc is a extroverted introvert who likes getting to know people since life is too short not to enjoy each other's company. He lived 9/20th of his life in the SF Bay Area, and 11/20th of his life here in Seattle. He travels for work so you'll see him here, there, and everywhere, but he always keep his friends close. Besides identifying as a bear, he is also a pup! He goes by Marc or Twitch (his pup name), just not Daddy... not yet at least!
Henry is a transplant from San Jose as of 2015. He loves photography, hiking, gaming, concerts, exploring, breweries/wineries/cideries/distilleries, trying out new things, among many other things. You can call him by either Henry or his leather/pup name, Aegis 「ee-jis」.
He is very friendly! If you have any questions, feel free to ask him!
Rob has two main fears: needles, and having to write blurbs explaining himself. Oh shit.
Rob has lived on every edge of the country. He is a neo-pagan, a grad school drop out, a advocate against multiple sclerosis, and 1/4 of a polyamorous square. You could try talking to him about philosophy or magic the gathering, but you might trigger an unskippable non-interactive cutscene.