For a while there, Angelina Jolie was practically a spokesmodel for kinky sex — she even went so far as to say that S&M had changed her spiritually. And she was open about dabbling in knife and blood play during sex. (Both of which we consider serious edge play, a.k.a. too dangerous for you, sunshine! You can read more on both in 150 Shades of Play: A Beginner’s Guide to Kink.) Sadly for the kink community, she said, “Since I’ve been with Brad, there’s no longer a place for … S&M in my life.” There goes our Mr. and Mrs. Smith pegging fantasy.
She might not be the biggest celebrity on this list, but she’s probably the most experienced when it comes to kink — or, at least, the one who’s most open about it. She called vibrators “fantastic inventions,” she’s so-so about group sex, she enjoys sex parties (but mostly for the buffet), and she’s a full-on kinkster who identifies as a bottom. Describing her song “Bottom to Top,” she said, “I thought I was changing. So I wrote this song about the experience of changing from a bottom into a top. I think it’s a beautiful song. There’s never been a song written about that particular experience. I want to write love songs like that, songs that fill in the gaps. But they need to be funny too. Except, I don’t think I actually am a top. That’s the heartbreak. I think I’m still a bottom.” And in a line that should have been featured in our book, 150 Shades of Play (damn it! we wish we’d found this earlier), she said, “I think kinky sex is normal. I think of BDSM as being just like anything else that you would do. It’s normal, it’s sex, it’s just your own form of it.” Sing it, sister!