Kink.com Is Selling All the BDSM Gear From Its Infamous Porn Castle

From noon to 5 p.m. today and Saturday, Kink.com — makers of fine pornographs such as Sex Witch, Psycho Bitch Gangbang and the Electrosluts and Transexual Pussy Hunters series — will sell off numerous props and furniture used in its many fetish porn productions as part of the company’s relocation to Las Vegas.

Though Kink.com has not announced the items up for grabs, the company advertised the sale via Craigslist and is encouraging interested buyers to send an email to gain entry into what’s likely to be the porniest fire sale that San Francisco has seen in some time.

In January 2017, Kink.com announced the closing of their infamous bondage castle (an foreboding fortress known as “the Armory”, located at the corner of 14th and Mission streets) where numerous Kink.com productions took place as well as play parties during San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair and Dore Alley celebration.

Soon after the sale, the Armory will convert into a full-time event space. The Armory’s former drill court space has reportedly already been converted into a concert and event venue with a 4,000-person capacity.

Before its conversion, the Armory held various rooms used in Kink.com productions such as “the Abattoir,” “the Gimp Room,” “the padded cell” and a stylish speakeasy bar. Kink.com has operated in the Armory since sometime around 2007.

In addition to producing BDSM porn, they also produce a two popular erotic wrestling series: Naked Kombat for men and Ultimate Surrender for women.

The company was forced out of San Francisco because of rising rent costs. That, combined with the revenue-killing rise of free porn tube sites, compelled Kink.com to relocate to Las Vegas where they will resume production.

A company employee informed Unicorn Booty last January that Kink.com would maintain its offices (or was that orfices?) in San Francisco, but it seems that that’s no longer the case.

(Featured image by vizualni via iStock Photography)