Kink.com seeks to demystify and celebrate alternative sexualities by providing the most ethical and authentic kinky adult entertainment. 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.
We uphold a safe, sane and consensual environment where models come first.
- We expect employees to give honest, direct feedback.
- We foster an environment that promotes innovation and creativity.
- We are proud of who we are, what we do, and how we do it.
- We encourage people to explore their kink and feel no shame.
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 out west to its current home of San Francisco, where it continued to grow steadily over the coming 11 years. Cybernet Entertainment officially became ‘Kink.com’ in 2006.
For a more detailed account of Kink.com’s history, please refer to the 10-year Anniversary documentary that was produced by the company’s free video blog website, BehindKink.com.
Kink.com has 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 rates. Please see our model call page for more information about our rates.