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"And The Kinkiest City In The United States Is…"

on Sunday, 11 August 2013. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

The Gloss

Guess.

Seriously. I want you to guess. Rack your brain, think of the kinkiest people you know and where they reside. New York City? Los Angeles? Some Podunk town in Kansas somewhere? Where, oh where, could they be?

They’re in Phoenix, Arizona, you guys.

To the best of my knowledge, Arizona has an awful lot of retirees. Does this mean your mom and dad, or Grammy and Grampy are getting their freak on morning, noon and night? God, I hope so.

SeekingArrangements.com, the website that matches sugar babies and sugar daddies, discovered, via one of those handy dandy surveys that, once again thanks to Fifty Shades of (why are we still talking about this book?) Grey, those seeking some good ol’ fashioned BDSM has doubled in Phoenix. With a 96.2% increase in those looking to vamp up their sex life with dom/sub hook-ups, Phoenix is at the top of the kink list, and San Francisco, isn’t far behind.

So who else is seeing the biggest increase in the kink?

1. Phoenix, Ariz.: 96.2 percent

2. San Francisco, Calif.: 95 percent

3. Detroit, Mich.: 50.5 percent

4. Indianapolis, Ind.: 49.7 percent

5. Las Vegas, Nev.: 44.4 percent

6. San Jose, Calif.: 42.3 percent

7. Philadelphia, Pa: 42.6 percent

8. Tampa, Fla.: 40 percent

9. San Diego, Calif.: 37 percent

10. Los Angeles, Calif.: 33.3 percent

What the fuck, New Yorkers? Where the hell are you on this list? No nipple clamps, or bamboo paddles for you? Step it up, kids.

Do you live in one of the kinkiest cities? Is this list fairly accurate, or a bunch of bunk? How many people actually even use nipple clamps?

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