ABOUT KINK

Kink.com is the largest BDSM and fetish brand in the world, including adult film distribution, sex toys, BDSM gear, and safer sex educational workshops. Kink’s mission — to demystify and celebrate alternative sexualites by providing the most ethical and authentic experiences — is central to its culture.

Originally an adult film producer with over two dozen lines, Kink.com has evolved to become the premiere distribution partner for hundreds of individual BDSM and fetish directors across the world.

Kink employs a diverse staff nestled in San Francisco’s SoMa Neighborhood, near the LGBTQ and Leather Cultural District. In the nearby Armory Club — a high-end cocktail lounge whose name references the historic San Francisco Armory that once housed the company — offers educational workshops, events and other community support.

Over two decades of existence, Kink.com has grown to become an industry leader in model rights. While it no longer produces films, the company — under the leadership of CEO Alison Boden, retains that commitment.

Kink.com and its innovative business model have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Wired, Cosmopolitan, VICE, Playboy, NPR and numerous other outlets and broadcast media. To contact Kink’s Media Relations department, email pr@kink.com.pr@kink.com.

You can find out more about specific aspects of Kink through the links below.

Sex site Kink’s new CEO moves ahead, unchained from past – SF Chronicle, 2018

This Female Porn CEO Thinks Kink Can Bring People Together – Vice, 2018

A Disciplined Business – New York Times, 2007

Is Shuttering Its San Francisco Sex Dungeon, Vice 2017