Kink.com was founded by Peter Acworth in 1997 as Cybernet Entertainment. After launching the company’s first website, Hogtied.com, and running it for a full year from his graduate school dorm room, Peter moved the company to its current home in San Francisco. In 2006, the company became Kink.com, a network of BDSM and fetish sites, and has continued to grow ever since.
Kink.com’s studios are headquartered in the San Francisco Armory, a 200,000 square foot 1914 reproduction of a Moorish Castle that served as a National Guard Armory and Arsenal until the 1970s. The historic landmark was purchased from a private owner in 2006 by Kink.com CEO Peter Acworth. For more information about the Armory, please visit ArmoryStudios.com
Kink.com comprises and entire network of fetish and BDSM sites, including over two dozen premium subscription sites; a free documentary news site, BehindKink.com
; a interactive live cam site, KinkLive.com
; and an on-demand site, KinkOnDemand.com
, that allows customers to purchase every shoot ever published by the company on an individual basis. KinkOnDemand.com also provides exclusive access to Kink.com’s impressive collection of test shoots, as well as shoots from leading third-party producers from around the world.
KinkMen.com, the company’s gay division, was launched in 2008, with the release of BoundGods.com a gay bondage site. Helmed by legendary director Van Darkholme, Kink Men now boasts five sites including NakedKombat.com, a hardcore wrestling site and MenOnEdge.com, a BDSM edging site.
Kink.com features a wide variety of fetish entertainment, including femdom, TS and BDSM. For a full list of our sites, visit Our Sites.
To demystify and celebrate alternative sexualites by providing the most ethical and authentic kinky adult entertainment.
- We uphold a safe, sane and consensual environment.
- We provide a fun workplace which stimulates innovation and creativity.
- We operate with honesty and integrity.
- We treat one another with professionalism and respect.
- We foster collaboration while maintaining individual accountability.
- We encourage candid, direct feedback.
- We are proud of who we are, what we do, and how we do it.
Kink.com is led by its original founder and CEO, Peter Acworth. (For more on Peter Acworth, you can find his bio here
Kink.com employs a diverse staff of over 100 talented and sex-positive people. All of our regular site directors are full-time employees, but guest directors are occasionally contracted for special shoots. With the exception of our site directors who appear onscreen and a few other full-time employees who also participate as regular models, our on-screen performers are contractors who have either applied through our website or have been hired through talent agencies.
Kink.com has garnered one of the best reputations in the adult entertainment industry for our respectful and fair treatment of models. We provide clean, comfortable working conditions and an honest and approachable crew; we ensure that models fully understand their rights and feel empowered to stop or alter a scene at any time; we ask all directors to follow a strict set of shooting rules so that all of our content conforms with our company values; we treat our models as professionals and compensate them generously for their talent.
Kink.com is the only major adult company that posts its standard pay rates. Please see our model call page for more information about our rates.
is the home of Kink’s interactive live cams. In addition to individual model shows, the site also features monthly BDSM group and solo broadcasts from sites like Device Bondage
, The Training of O
, and The Upper Floor
, and impromptu parties and chats with lifestyle players and pros. All shows are streamed in HD. Please refer to KinkLive.com
for a full schedule.
Tag team matches for UltimateSurrender.com are shot in front of a live audience at the San Francisco Armory. These shoots are open to a limited number of website subscribers and to the press.
Kink.com offers regular tours of the historic San Francisco Armory throughout the week. Led by Kink.com employees, the public tour takes visitors though all five floors of the landmark building and allows them to explore the facilities originally built to service the National Guard, as well as the elaborate, cinematic sets that have since been constructed by Kink.com’s Art Department for use as production studios. For more information about public tours or to sign up for tickets, please visit ArmoryStudios.com
Videotape access to Kink.com shoots is restricted to major cable and broadcast television outlets and are considered on a case-by-case basis.
If you are interested in doing a story about Kink.com, please email email@example.com with the details of the show you will be shooting for, the specific requirements of your shoot, the angle of the story, the format you’d be shooting in, the number of crew you’d be bringing and links to any credits of yours.
Photography of the facilities is permitted on public tours of the Armory; however, photography of shoots in progress or photographs of Kink.com employees are not allowed without explicit advance permission.
Many Kink.com team members including Kink.com founder and CEO Peter Acworth are available for interviews with major media outlets. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information about scheduling an interview with any member of our team.
Except for a small number of performers who also work here, Kink.com’s performers are contractors. We are therefore unable to schedule interviews on their behalf, and encourage all press requests to be sent directly to the performer or their agency.