Mission-based porn company Kink.com to host Campos fundraiser

Kink.com, a local porn company headquartered in the Mission district that specializes in BDSM, is hosting a fundraiser for Supervisor David Campos' Assembly race on May 5.

Campos, who has represented District 9 on the Board of Supervisors since 2008, is running for the State Assembly seat currently held by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, who will be termed out this fall. If elected, it will be the second time Campos has replaced Ammiano — Ammiano served as District 9's supervisor before Campos was elected. 
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Kink.com's headquarters, a historic building known as the Armory, is within the boundaries of District 9. Just as Campos may move his career to Sacramento, the porn company may have a move of its own in the works — Kink.com is currently facing Cal-OSHA fines for not using condoms on set and has announced that it may move its business to Nevada if the fines are upheld. The company also protests California Assembly Bill 1576, pending legislation which would require condom use in pornography filmed throughout the state. (The bill recently cleared the Assembly Labor Committee in a 5 – 0 vote.)

The fundraiser will include a meet-and-greet with Campos, a tour of the Armory studios, and a VIP performance. $150 gets ticket-holders access to the meet-and-greet, while $300 includes the other perks. Tickets are available on Campos' website.

As Kink.com spokesperson Mike Stabile put it on Twitter, “Come support an SF politician who isn't afraid of a little kink!”

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