Online Adult Network Kink .com Launches BoundGods .com.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Fetish adult entertainment leader Kink .com enters the gay male market today with BoundGods .com, the first adult site in its new network KinkMen .com. The new site features 30-45 minute video and photo updates every Thursday, each with explicit gay sex and elaborate bondage by site director Van Darkholme, a devotee of Shibari, a complex form of rope bondage that originated in Japan.
Drawing on experienced actors in the gay adult field as well as interested newcomers, BoundGods .com focuses on the powerful interactions between bondage players, creating vignettes that have as much to do with real kinky play as they do with creating an erotic fantasy.
KinkMen .com's parent company, Kink .com, is the leading network for explicit adult entertainment with consensual and safe bondage, domination, sadism and masochism (BDSM). Kink .com now publishes 12 adult subscription-based websites, working toward its mission to "demystify and celebrate alternative sexualities by providing the most ethical and authentic kinky adult entertainment."
In several important ways, Kink .com differs from other adult websites and DVD companies. Since the company's founding in 1997, Kink .com's videos have shown explicit consent and negotiation in each scene, with the purpose of educating viewers on sexual variation and safety as well as providing erotic entertainment. The format has proven very influential.
In addition to its subscription sites, Kink .com offers BehindKink .com, a free site with documentaries and news pieces on sexuality with an eye toward fulfilling Kink .com's mission.
Kink .com created controversy early last year when it purchased the SF Armory, a 200,000 square foot former National Guard fortress in San Francisco's Mission District, to use as its corporate offices and as a location for dungeon-based erotica. Company founder Peter Acworth's grounding in the local arts culture inspired the community to support the company's sex-positive mission and its move into the Armory.
Of the BoundGods .com launch, Acworth said: "I'm very excited about this release in particular because it marks our first serious attempt to enter the gay market. If Bound Gods is as successful as we think it will be, it will open the doors to a whole suite of gay websites."
Kink .com now routinely offers press-only tours of the historic building, built in 1914. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.kink/ .com for more information about the company.
CONTACT: Thomas Roche of Kink .com, +1-415-856-0771, ext. 149, email@example.com