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Earth Day gets spanking with Eco-Kink Designer Showcase
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Apr '11
Kink Junkie is set to host the first annual Eco-Kink Designer Showcase on Earth Day 2011. Featuring designers from across the globe and lingerie made from sustainable fabrics, saving the planet has never been so much fun.

'Being green' has officially made a beeline straight for your bedroom door. Kink Junkie, purveyor of luxury eco-erotica, is hosting the first annual Eco-Kink Designer Showcase, aptly named “Lush.” On April 22, 2011, the crème de la crème of sustainable lingerie designers from across the globe will honor Earth Day with a visual smorgasbord of eco-friendly kink, everything from the sweet and modest to the naughty and nasty.

Sustainable clothing isn't always viewed as sexy, but Kink Junkie's showcase will not only dispel that myth, it will stand it on its ear. Natural latex, organic cotton, bamboo, corn sucrose, hemp, soy, upcycled fabrics, and even recycled pine trees have been used to develop these pieces. It's certainly not your grandmother's lingerie.

“Our tagline is 'a dirty kind of green' ” states Kink Junkie founder and CEO Renika Williams. “Why wouldn't you want to help the environment if all it required was a trip to the bedroom?”

Earth lovers, lingerie lovers, and lovers in general, are invited to visit KinkJunkie on Earth Day to watch a virtual showcase of the designers and their product lines, as well as tips and tricks on “green sexuality” and how to “green up” their bedroom routine. “Lush” goes live at 4:22am (EST).

Kink Junkie Inc


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