You live in a world where KinkBNB exists. It’s a new site that’s 1) online now, and 2) lets you search and book sex-friendly accommodations, because 3) there appears to be a market for such things. (Don’t open this slideshow.)
Yeah. This all gets a pretty big “wow.”
Yet here we are, with a search engine that exists for the sole purpose of telling you about intimate-relations-specific lodging.
Absolutely. We’ll field your questions now:
You can’t just randomly tell us about a kink-friendly Airbnb.
No, no. We totally can. It works just like Airbnb, but all hosts are... free-spirited hosts. And they have the photos and amenities checklists to prove it.
What’s on those checklists?
Oh, you know—A/C. Wi-fi. Dungeon. Play space. Whips.
Is this weird?
It’s weird. Yep. It’s weird. There’s a lot of variety, though: a normal-ish, swingers-friendly bedroom in San Francisco. A Seattle hotel with clothing-optional hot tubs. A BDSM dungeon suite in London. Right now, there’s about 20 listings, but more are coming.
Anything else we should know?
Limit loud play on patios. Never leave the house with candles burning. You didn’t hear this from us.
What was that last part?