Lusty Ice’s genital-shaped ice lollies are the perfect snack for the times when you can’t decide if you’re more hungry or horny. Go ahead and treat yourself – slurping is allowed!
Quite literally – self-pleasure is undoubtedly an important and vital part of self-care, despite what the conservative establishment might be trying to tell you. Kitty and Sara from Other Nature, a Berlin-based feminist, queer and vegan sex shop, are here to tell you how to go on about fucking yourself (and others) ethically.
Cocoa butter propaganda empowering queer femininity in an acid rave palette. Check out Opashona’s amazing illustrations!
Thinking politics, fun and art cannot coexist? 3hd festival has once again proven everyone wrong!
The voguing queen Zueira Mizrahi looks hot, hot, hot in Alles Berlin’s snazzy clothes!
Read a snippet of our Kink Print interview with Synth Library Prague, a platform focusing on providing access to music-making through their open equipment collection, especially aiming to empower femmes in music along the way.
Relive the Kink Print: SELF launch with us through analog photos by Paulina Matova and DasaPhotos!
Abandoned ruins get a breath of new life with Kalafaker’s colorful and bright clothes. Check out the latest editorial by the eclectic fashion label!
The first printed Kink is here, and so is the time fully dedicated to the topic of “self”. Join us at the release event in Prague on Oct 13, and stay tuned for a lot of self-centered online content too!
Berlin’s most talented queer artists are coming together for a fundraiser party for Lyra Pramuk’s facial feminization surgery this Saturday, October 6. Join the celebration, and don’t forget to bring some flowers!
Prague-based cassette label Genot Centre is behind yet another brilliant release, this time of Mexican-born artist Laura Luna Castillo. Prepare yourself for a ride along distressed sonic lands in parallel universes.
You don’t have to sit like a girl or run like a boy. Photo editorial shot and directed by Alma Rosaz supported with drawings by Diane Rosaz is discussing the gender performativity as defined by Judith Butler.