But for some performers, working for kink can be terrifying.
On the one hand, she was anxious about her colleagues knowing about her kink.
In 2011, Rihanna vocalized her own taste for kink in her hit single SM.
Indeed--she has helped educate the world on the titillating culture of kink.
But a closer look at the events reveals a kink in the common narrative—and a potential shift in culture-war battle lines.
But that first kink seems to have been getting worse kinked ever since.
He kissed his fingers, and waved them in the direction of kink's Hotel.
There was a kink in the halyards of the main-top gallant-sail, so that it would not run through the block.
In this way the tube will not kink or lose its shape while being wound.
Somehow or another that fight took the kink out of my back for from that time on it began to get well.
1670s, a nautical term, from Dutch kink "twist in a rope" (also found in French and Swedish), probably related to Old Norse kikna "to bend backwards, sink at the knee" (see kick). Figurative sense of "odd notion, mental twist" first recorded in American English, 1803, in writings of Thomas Jefferson. As a verb, 1690s, from the noun.
A tight curl, twist, or bend in a length of thin material.
A painful muscle spasm, as in the neck; a crick.
A mental peculiarity; a quirk.
Peculiarity or deviation in sexual behavior or taste.
: a kinko diner who tries to attract Chong's attention