Kink.com is selling off their adult film set props to the public

BDSM porn establishment Kink.com will soon leave the massive Armory building in San Francisco to move its operations to Las Vegas. In the meantime, they are selling off furniture and props from their adult film sets.

Their Craigslist ad reads:

As the armory transitions into being a full time event space we are in the process of selling years of accumulated furniture and props that are no longer needed for the space. Come join us from 12-5pm the 15th to view and purchase a piece of SF kinky history. No drop ins we need to have a name to give to our security team so please contact me if you would like to be a part of this historic occasion.

I visited a few years ago, and I can attest that there is some strange stuff in there.

Gotta get your hands on some pieces of "SF kinky history"? The sale started on Thursday, June 14 and resumes again on Saturday, June 17th from 12 PM to 5 PM.

Thanks, Dixie!

(SFist) Read the rest

Interview with director of freaky competitive tickling documentary

Bobby Hankinson interviewed director David Farrier about the craziest documentary of 2016: Tickled, which just premiered on HBO. I don't want to say too much. Just watch it. Read the rest

BDSM mask or hot water bottle?

From the Akron Beacon Journal, January 1, 1948, as spotted by the esteemed curators of Weird Universe:

Read the rest

Ceramic figurines in leather BDSM masks

Richard Ankrom's "Figurines" series mix "found ceramic objects, synthetic rubber, zipper (studs, buckles, etc.)" (via JWZ) Read the rest

Dollhouse dungeon of BDSM miniatures

Jenny Nightfall handcrafts BDSM dollhouse furniture and other macabre and goth decor miniatures, all available in her Etsy shop. Read the rest

Edgy sex games highlight intimacy, not conquest

Unconventional titles that focus on consent, care, and collaboration offer a softer future—even if the spanking is very, very hard.

50-acre BDSM sex camp disapproved of

A sex camp known as "Woodstocks" has entered the imagination of locals in Pennsylvania's rural Washington Township.

Said to host BDSM sex parties in a large building called "The Dungeon", its website—currently down for maintenance—markets "kinky vacations" suitable for all levels of experience.

Scandalized neighbors plan to shut it down by applying a zoning law which regulates erotic businesses, according to local CBS affiliate KDKA.

“What goes on up there – I wouldn’t even say on TV,” Leonard Dean said. “I mean, it’s all about sex and it’s all dirty, about what you can get and it doesn’t need to be here and the man makes a lot of money doing it.”

Linda Dean lives on a piece of the land owned by her parents, Ron and Joann Valetti of Greensburg. She says they recently handed over camp operations to a business partner.The barn is locked, but she managed to snap several photos of the alleged sex devices inside.

Woodstocks [Currently down for maintenance] Read the rest