Leaving town and can’t bring your sex dungeon with you? Good news! A new company, KinkBnB, is connecting kinksters and homeowners in an AirBnB-like service — but instead of cable TV and high speed Internet, amenities in KinkBnB homes include spanking benches, dental chairs, cages, slings, and bondage beds.

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Based on Airbnb’s lodging rental model, KinkBNB aims to offer an alternative for those of a fruitier bent. “We offer a marketplace for sex positive people to share their accommodations,” says Ryan Galiotto, KinkBNB co-founder. “While I love the shiny sexy dungeon play spaces we are currently listing, we hope to appeal to any sex positive person with a guest room. It is difficult to travel with one’s kink and we hope to ease those difficulties as well and increasing the reach of the sex positive community.”

A quick perusal of KinkBnB.com showed that: A) They really don’t block anything on the Grist network, and B) You can rent a dungeon near downtown Seattle for only $400 a night! The 2,000 square foot Seattle Dungeon includes bottled water, fresh towels and linens, leather and steel crosses, a stereo with iPod/MP3/CD input, cleansers, an isolation cell, medical tables, secure keypad entry, and a full bathroom with a shower (no tub). The listing also specifies that the Dungeon is easy to get to, and has many restaurants and activities nearby in case you need a break from flogging your partner. It’s also orgy friendly, but bring your own toiletries and lubricants.

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There are, however, rules. For instance: Do not give out the dungeon address without express permission; no fire, water sports, or wax in carpeted areas; and no glitter allowed. So the next time you’re in Seattle, leave that glitter at home — but don’t forget your lube.