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IndustryInternet pornography and Sexual Wellness
Founded 📆2018; 3 years ago (2018)
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️London, England , UK
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Brandon Myers
Number of employees

Kink.page is a London-based internet pornography review website belonging to HatGray, LLC. The company is owned by Brandon Myers, a prominent American start-up figure in affiliate marketing and search engine optimization. Kink.Page is the parent brand of a number of websites dedicated to adult and related fetishes. Kink.Page is known for its equality based stance when it comes to all forms of sexual wellness. It is considered to be the largest .page TLD in the world and ranks in the top 2M of websites worldwide for internet engagement.[1]


Kink.page initially came to market as KinkPage.com. It was started by UK immigrant Brandon Myers in 2018[2]. Myers first thought of the idea for the site after he had worked with the prominent editorial site theDailyDot. After helping create and monetize theDailyDot.com and their NSFW content section [3]. Myers had a vision for his own content that was centered around sexual equality. It was in August of 2018 that KinkPage.com was born.

KinkPage.com famously fell victim to a DDoS and domain hijacking on August 3rd, 2019. While on a flight back to the United States, KinkPage.com was sold to unverified interests. Using a carbon copy of the original site, Myers and his team decided to buy and migrate to Kink.Page.[4]

Operations and management[edit]

Kink.page is DBA HatGray, LLC the parent company that operates and owns all of Myers' domains. Other owned properties include: UK.Page, US.Page, You.Page, Discounts.Page, Airline.Page, and others.[5]

See also[edit]

  • Kink (sexual)
  • Insex
  • Bondage pornography


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