Written by on August 18, 2017

About Kinkly

Sex is a bit like a secret society; everyone’s doing it, it’s just that no one talks about it. Kinkly’s mission is to start that conversation, answer your questions and help you discover new and exciting things about sex, love and your body. We guarantee it’ll be illuminating, enlightening, fun … and a little kinky. And that’s OK with us.

No innuendos, no judgments and no apologies, just fearless, straight-up talk about sex.


Camille's Note about Kinkly

Kinkly’s mission is very similar to ours and their definitions are used a lot in this glossary.

However, they tend to confuse Dominants with Tops and submissives with bottoms a lot. Where I have noticed the use of the wrong term, I have added a comment to our glossary entry.

Dominant and submissive refer to our power exchange roles within a relationship.

Top and bottom refer to whether we are giving or receiving a particular activity.

Bother Dominants and submissives can Top and/or bottom. Bottoming does not make one a lesser Dominant and Topping doesn’t mean you aren’t a good submissive. For example, it is not uncommon for a submissive (or slave) to be a service top to their Dominant.


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