Kinky fails because it simply isn't sexy-after a while, that is. It starts with much promise. The scene is set in Dr. Lipcock's (Robin Lee) sex clinic. The good doctor has decided to treat all the patients nobody else wants. Among this malaise are a chronic handjobber (Peter North); a flasher (Buddy Love); a man who thinks he's a dog (Tom Byron); and a cross dresser (Scott Irish). But after the doctor's treatment, the flasher is cured of his perversion, except for the fact that he still has to wear black boots during sex. I wouldn't call that kinky; 1 would call that stupid.
The video has Dr. Lipcock and her able assistant, Nurse Starch (Krista Lane) treating patient after patient. There are only two sex scenes in the entire feature. To say that 30-minute sex scenes become monotonous and boring is monotonous and boring.
It's obvious the producers, the Pink Sisters, are influenced by that brotherly pair (the Dark Brothers), unfortunately, the sisters' attempts at humor run out of gas after an hilarious opening sequence.
The video does make viewers aware of safe sex practices, when in a "female" threeway, a transsexual places a rubber on her plastic penis. However, I think this is mocking the use of condoms, rather than promoting them, since none of the males wear a condom.
Kinky boasts "daring and demented." I can't vouch for that. And I'm still waiting for Robin Lee's "spouting G spot orgasm" to do its stuff.