Kink Academy Classrooms – An exciting new announcement!

Kink Academy has always been a pioneer of online sex ed for adults. When we launched the website in 2009 there was nothing else like it, no resource where you could find your favorite kink experts all in one place to watch whenever and wherever you needed to. Video cameras in phones weren’t as common or high quality. We invested a great deal flying around the country to ensure could promote a diversity of perspectives and experiences. We’ve always had a commitment to high-quality information delivered by well-respected experts.

Now we’re looking to take online sex education to the next level.

I’m delighted to announce Kink Academy Classrooms, a new project in the works to put the platform directly in the hands of our favorite sex experts, therapists, and BDSM educators.

We’re in the first stages of building the new platform so we’re looking for beta testers for the initial round of classrooms and feedback from our customers and community to build the best resource possible.

Interested in Kink Academy Classrooms but not an educator? Please take our customer feedback survey here!

Who are we looking for?

  • We’ll be starting with well-established educators and experts. Quality of information has always been a top priority of Kink Academy, so we want to make sure that knowledgeable educators are available in the first round of new classrooms. If you’re a long-time educator and have always wanted to be part of Kink Academy please fill out this form.
  • If you’re a Kink Academy or PassionateU educator you are already on the approved list but it’s still helpful to know you’re interested, so please fill out the form and include any updated information.
  • We’ll be opening up to folks who are starting or in early stages of their career at some point after we launch the platform, so please still fill out the form if you’re new to the industry but are interested in having your own channel.

How does it work?

  • Each educator will have their own “online classroom” where they can upload pre-recorded videos, create quizzes, post PDF handouts, and interact with students (plus potentially offer live webinars). Each educator is responsible for creating, posting & updating all of their own content.
  • We’re still figuring out the payment system and how subscriptions will work — currently we’re looking at sites like Udemy, Patreon and other shared-profit models for inspiration. Kink Academy will take a portion of membership fees, with the most substantial portion going to the educator. Payments will be direct deposit based on a minimum payout.
  • Kink Academy handles all the payment processing and tech support, so you can focus on creating and sharing excellent content as well as supporting your students.
  • You’ll be able to co-brand your classroom, so that it’s a consistent part of your online presence. By being a part of the Kink Academy Classroom platform, you’ll be able to share your unique message with a much broader audience by combining our marketing and brand power with your own.

What do we need from you?

  • If you’re interested in having your own Kink Academy Classroom, please fill out this form so we have your information.
  • If you have ever filled out the Kink Academy educator form, I have your information and you’ll be emailed when we announce Kink Academy Classrooms, but feel free to fill it out again if you’re not sure I received your previous form or if you have new experience/topics to share.
  • If you’re chosen as a beta tester you’ll need to make a commitment to create a minimum amount of content (still to be determined) by a specific deadline and to heavily promote to your own community and fanbase in order to thoroughly test the system.
  • Get excited! Are you thrilled by the potential for Kink Academy Classrooms? We certainly are! As part of the planning process we’re looking for feedback, so please feel free to include your thoughts in the “Additional Information” section of the survey or email me directly (kali @ Include any questions about how the platform will work, features you hope will be included, or ideas you have about making this the best possible option for you, other educators and those seeking quality adult sex education.

Open Blog Submissions for

Are you passionate about kink and sexuality education?

Do you have an enthusiasm or a unique viewpoint on your kink that you want to share with the community?

Join the team of amazing educators already hosted on Kink Academy by contributing an article (or articles) for us!

We are looking for experienced kinksters and writers to add to our educational offerings by writing for our blog. We are seeking writings that are inclusive, sex and body positive, and consent-driven.

Article subjects should correspond to topics available on Kink Academy and include at least 3 links to prior videos or blog posts. We are looking for an educational tone, not erotica or journal entries (Though if you can make the article sexy AND informative, we’re all for it!).

The article should be at least 600 words, ready to publish (minimal to no editing needed), new content (not previously published) and we will need a 2-3 sentence biography from you along with a link back to your website.

Check out previous articles on our blog to see the tone and style we’re looking for!

In exchange for each article accepted, you will receive $35 and a one month membership to If interested, please complete the form below or contact us at with any questions.

Some example topics/titles might be:

  • ABDL Wtf?: Explaining Adult Baby/Diaper Love
  • Aftercare, Beyond Snuggles and Blankets
  • Anal Play – Lube and Plugs and Beads, Oh My!
  • Negotiating for Bondage
  • Navigating Body Dysmorphia in Play
  • How-To Create Your Own Cane
  • Anatomy Lessons for Fingering and Fisting
  • Consent and Hypnosis
  • Vulnerability and Intimacy from the Dominant Side
  • Loving Your Latex: Cleaning and Care
  • Crafting Practical Protocols
  • Risk-Awareness for Rough Body Play
  • Safer Sex 101
  • Primal Play – Connecting with your Inner Beast
  • Top 10 Pervertibles!
  • Consent in the Swing Scene
  • Sexy Service Sessions
  • Prepping for Your First Kinky Camping Event!

Submissions are open on an on-going basis, we’ll be publishing at least two articles a month.


Kink Academy Virtual Assistant — [Position no longer open]

This position is no longer available, but if you’re interested in working with Kink Academy in the future, please contact us with your resume.

Work with a feminist, sex-positive consent driven company! One of the leaders of online video-based sex education has a position open with a high potential for growth for the right candidate.

KinkAcademy has over 2,000 educational videos with over 150 nationally known sex educators and other experts, covering topics from consent, relationships and safety, to the intricacies of shibari rope bondage and medical play.

I’m currently in search of a part-time virtual assistant to help manage

Responsibilities include:

  • Time management (using Harvest, Toggl or something similar)
  • Promotional graphic design (using
  • Blog editing and management (using WordPress)
  • Newsletter management, including layout, editing and distribution (using MailChimp)
  • Social media management, including scheduling, editing, posting, and some original content creation (using
  • General marketing: writing advertising copy, email management


  • Strong time-management skills & self motivated to achieve goals.
  • Sex-positive attitude and familiarity with the kink/fetish/BDSM scene
  • Experience with a variety of social media platforms including FetLife, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, Twitter & Instagram.
  • Strong writing skills; editing skills preferred.
  • Some graphic design experience preferred.

I am looking for someone self-motivated, who wants to join an organization on the cutting edge of the online sex education world.  There is a huge opportunity for growth:  as KinkAcademy continues to expand, so will your work within the company.

10-15 hours a month to start with potential for growth. Pay TBD.

Please send a cover letter and resume to (kali at

Kink Academy Special Sale Starts Today! Don’t miss out!

Has it been awhile since you’ve checked Kink Academy Out?

Because there’s a lot that’s been improved during our redesign:

  • Faster speeds: We’ve moved to new state-of-the-art servers so everything loads and plays more smoothly.
  • Complete Video Series: Not everything fits in one video. We made it easy to watch them in sequence and cover subjects in depth.
  • Better indexing so you can find what you want, when you need it: Got a hot date and want to brush up on some techniques? Expert kinky instructors are just a quick search away!
  • We’ve added 40 new clips to the free page! There’s now more than 200 videos for free!
  • Best of all, we’ve added 550 of our most popular PassionateU videos to

That’s right. Five-Hundred and Fifty.

We’ve added 550 new videos to the mix, including ones like “Sex Like a Porn Star” and Graydancer and Naiia’s “Receiving Blowjobs Gracefully” series (which you won’t find anywhere else). Plus 15 new-to-Kink Academy experts such as

  • Dr. Jenn
  • Ashley Manta
  • Ducky Doolittle
  • Andre Shakti
  • Kim Airs, 
  • Jacq Jones
  • Ducky Doolittle
  • Rain DeGrey
  • Patti Britton
  • Bettie Rage 

..and more. has always had a focus on sex, but for a lot of people that overlaps quite nicely into kink. There are fifteen brand new educators on Kink Academy now, talking about how you can have better sex and better kink. It’s available 24/7, on computers, tablets, and mobile apps.

To make it even more enticing,
we’re offering a special price starting today:

$49 for 6 months or $99 for a year

That’s less than $9 a month for easy access
to the best sex advice and kink instruction available online.

But it’s not going to last forever – only a week!
This sale ends on the 25th of September.
Act now and lock in this Celebration Price!

Personal Responsibility and Consent in the Kink Community

Some critiques of "yes means yes" is that it over-simplifies the many complexities of consensual adult interactions in kink and sex.

“Yes means Yes” is one of many slogans designed to increase awareness around consent.

While the “Safe, Sane, and Consensual” slogan has served the kink community well, more and more people are preferring to include the concept of “personal responsibility”. Even outside of kink people choose to do “unsafe” activities for fun – such as mountain biking – but the risk factor is reduced by taking simple personal precautions: a helmet. Looking at the route beforehand. Biking with a buddy, especially one who is more experienced. This keeps both the thrill and the biker alive.

How does a personally responsible kinkster act? That’s most likely an individual choice, but here are some videos about negotiation, consent, and community that can provide some useful tools.

The overarching theme that differentiates kink from abuse, of course, is consent. A ”community of consent” is described by Dr. Jill Weinberg in a free video lecture. It’s a long lecture, but that’s because, as Dr. Weinberg says, “Defining consent is difficult because our “general consensus” definition of consent is nothing more than intuition…It is easier to discern what consent is not than to determine what consent is.” In fact, in the kink community, with the emphasis on negotiation, boundaries, and community involvement, consent issues are perhaps more clear-cut than in everyday life – but they can still be complex. How can individuals work together to create a community that reduces the risk of consent violations?

Understanding basic dungeon do’s and don’ts is one place to start. Many of these are the same as the things one learns in kindergarten: don’t touch other people or their things without asking. Talk nicely. Clean up after you’re done playing. Mollena Williams and Lee Harrington, the authors of “Playing Well With Others”, give a broad outline of general behaviors, but it’s important to remember that individual places have different rules. For example, at a particular party at the Center for Sex Positive Culture in Seattle, they introduced a red wristband for people who did not want to be approached for play. Unfortunately the protocol wasn’t well-understood or respected and people who wore it were propositioned. Is this rudeness? Ignorance? Or predatory behavior? It’s likely that with more community education and emphasis the red band could become as ubiquitous as “SSC”.

Some aspects of consent are different for men than women, Harold Henry explains in his video, due to the cultural stereotypes and roles. Instead of trying to be the “Mr. Grey” type of dominant in the hopes of attracting a submissive, he recommends the opposite: “Clear and honest communication are key. Being the kind of pushy predator that the mainstream media promotes won’t get you anywhere.” While it’s not specific to male-bodied kinksters, this is part of the very important concept that personal responsibility is more than keeping yourself safe from aggressors – it’s also about educating yourself on how not to be an aggressor in the first place.

It is important to remember that there’s a difference between “assertive” and “aggressive”. Another common stereotype is that the top or dominant player has to lead the negotiations. Shay has a whole list of assertive negotiation tips for submissives that are the epitome of personal responsibility. It’s entirely possible to both be submissive and ask for what you want and need in any kind of play.

Part of personal responsibility is understanding what your own personal needs are, and that’s why The Control Enthusiast and Graydancer have several videos specifically tailored to rope negotiation. All too often negotiations are limited to medical issues and sexual contact – which are important, but which miss the broader spectrum of possibilities in a scene. How are you hoping to feel during this scene? How do you want to feel afterwards? Even more usually forgotten: how do you want your partner to feel?

The first encounter with a potential partner can set the tone of an entire relationship, and Kitty Stryker – a well-known advocate for improving consent in the community – talks about how the kinds of words you use are important, as well as being indicators of how your potential partner views consent. It’s important to remember that as a top or a bottom there is no obligation to continue a negotiation if your gut tells you that things are not what you’re looking for. That doesn’t mean that the other person is bad, necessarily – it just means that they and you respect your instincts and desires. Learning how to gracefully accept a “no” is a great skill to develop in negotiation.

It’s important to remember is that personal responsibility is a continually ongoing process of being in touch with yourself, your partner, and improving your ability to create consensual play. It’s not a destination, it’s a journey, and we at Kink Academy hope that these experts can help you enjoy yours more.

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