Explore Your Deepest Desires With ‘Body Kink’ (NSFW)


Daring new service allows you to safely explore your secret adult fantasies…

As children, we’re often told: “If you can dream it, then you can live it.” Sadly, that concept gets thrown out the window when we enter adulthood. Our dreams evolve into fantasies that society would prefer for us to keep hidden. Even Sin City, the land of extreme pleasure, has so many laws and restrictions in place that sometimes it doesn’t seem worth the risks to investigate the possibilities.

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Now there’s BODYKINK.COM, a free platform that safely allows your dreams to become reality. The site was launched by entertainer and personal trainer Ryan Worley, an ambitious young man whose own personal journey is a page-turner (read his unforgettable story HERE). Body Kink brings its members (aka “fans”) together with high-quality attractive models in order to experience consensual fantasy scenes.

The first question that undoubtedly crosses your mind is “Can this be legal?”. The answer is quite simply…yes! As long as both “model” and “fan” remain within certain liberal guidelines, there is nothing illegal about this service. Worley has consulted legal experts to ensure that Body Kink operates entirely within the parameters of the law.

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It took the 29-year-old about eight months of careful planning and research to make Body Kink a reality. He could barely contain his excitement when it finally came to fruition.

The idea for Body Kink popped into my head in August of 2019. I had a roommate, Davin, who made most of his money from muscle-worshipping sessions, fantasy dates and selling used underwear. He was marketing himself on social media, but Instagram was threatening to take down his profile because of the content.

I realized that there is a disconnect between models and Fans. It is completely legal but just not talked about that much, even though the demand is there. So, I was suddenly on a mission to create a safe place for models and Fans to interact with their kinks and fetishes.

Becoming a fan or model at Body Kink is free. It doesn’t require a sign-up fee or recurring subscription. After creating a personal profile, fans can browse through available models, each of whom has their own detailed page. Models provide photos, brief personal descriptions and a list of the scenes they’re into (or willing to participate in) for a fee.

Body Kink is for the Fans and the models. I like to think that I work for them by creating a platform where they can interact. I want them to have a great experience in a safe place. They can express themselves and have their kinks fulfilled without any “kink shaming.” My mission is to normalize having a kink, no matter how unique or rare it is.

Shame is an emotion that Ryan Worley fought against for a very long time. He experienced sexual stigmas while growing up in a strict Mormon household. That background negatively affected his relationships, self-image, and confidence. Determined to break free, he arrived in Las Vegas just a few short years ago and set out to rediscover life on his own terms.

Taking a position in a prominent male revue became a catalyst for Worley’s personal growth. He came to appreciate the importance of human sexuality in all of its forms. No matter who we are, what we look like or where we come from, all of us were conceived through physical interaction and it’s a part of our very essence.

The tag line that I came up with is “What’s Yours?”. It implies that we all have kinks and should be open to discovering them…as long as they fall within the law. I want to keep this site completely legal, so we don’t offer anything in the gray area (like feces or urine) or anything violent.

One of my favorite sections is called “Custom Kink.” Kinks are very unique and personal, so it’s impossible to represent all of them. I created a section where Fans can post their unique kink and then models will apply for it. (Btw, I’m always looking for quality models to represent the brand).

The Fan can put a price they are willing to pay or can have models come at them with their best price. This is a great section because Fans can be represented in their own way and can browse what others are requesting, allowing everyone to explore what they might be interested in.

You might notice that Body Kink membership is pretty heavy on the male side of the spectrum. That should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with erotic adult industries. But in 2020, definitions of both gender and sexual identity have become somewhat fluid.

The Models Directory offers categories of “All Men”, “All Women” and “All Others”, but what you won’t find are labels like “Gay”, “Straight” and “Bi-sexual”. Why? Because it’s perfectly normal for an identifying heterosexual to explore kissing, touching, and other physical/emotional experiences with members of the same sex.

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Along with being the creator and CEO of Body Kink, Worley lists himself as a premium model. It’s clear that he stands behind his philosophy of supporting desires without judgment. When I questioned him about the “Reviews” section, where members can see that he’s had physical encounters with other men, his response was “I honestly don’t care, lol. Maybe I’ll rub off on people.”

What Ryan does care about, though, is channeling Body Kink into a powerhouse engine for positive action. Along with being a safe haven, the site has partnered with two important charities – Golden Rainbow of Las Vegas and The Trevor Project.

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Golden Rainbow is a Vegas local charity that helps individuals suffering from HIV/Aids. I met with Gary Costa, their Executive Director, and was blown away by his passion to make a difference. He gave up a job that pays twice as much because he truly wants to help people with HIV/Aids. After meeting with him I knew that I wanted to help, so a portion of Body Kink‘s profits each month will go to Golden Rainbow.

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The Trevor Project is a suicide-prevention foundation with a great story and a great cause (dedicated to saving young LGBTQ lives). I love what they do and what they represent. Eventually, I will start my own foundation where I can give back on a greater scale. But for now, helping these two charities makes me feel like I am making a difference. I’m sure that most of the Fans on Bodykink.com will love to be a part of these fantastic charities.

We’re currently experiencing social turbulence, not unlike the cultural upheavals of the ’60s. The harder that we push towards freedom in our lives, the more difficult that struggle seems to become. Body Kink is dedicated to providing positive change, and the timing couldn’t be better.

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This has been a long and stressful journey, trying to get Body Kink off the ground. But I know the positive impact it will have on both the Fans and the models. I want to make a difference…and I want to build a brand that people are proud to represent and be a part of.

                                                                     – Ryan Worley

Photos: Noel Dahl, Body Kink, Sam Novak, The Trevor Project, Golden Rainbow