OnlyFans-inspired websites encourage users to donate money and receive nude photos. The proceeds will fund the war effort in Ukraine Relocate those exiled by Russia's invasion of Eastern European countries.
Users log in to the site TerOnlyFans and donate money toUkrainian Armyand one of several bank accounts linked to humanitarian groups. Next, you need to send a screenshot of the donation receipt to one of the "initiative participants".
After the screenshot is confirmed, the donor will receive a photo of one of the 35 women and three men as a "gift". All participants are volunteers.
Nastsassia Naskotells Insiderthat sheshe tells TerOnly Fansjust days after the Russian army began invading Ukraine in late February. He said he came up with the idea of creating it.
Nasko, 23, went to Twitter and asked if someone with her car could help evacuate her acquaintance from the besieged town of Kharkiv. rice field. When she didn't get a reply, she jokingly sent her nude photos to someone who could help her, she wrote.
In less than 5 minutes she has more than 10 copies Received the message in her inbox. Her acquaintance was successfully expelled from Kharkiv after she sent a naked photo of her to a man.
With this, Nasko and her friend Anastasiya Kuchmenko launched Ter Only Fans. This is a word game that combines "Ter", which stands for "territorial defense," and OnlyFans.
Nasko told Insider that TerOnly Fans raised over $ 700,000 three months after its launch.
She said most of the donors are based in Ukraine, but she also donated from the Netherlands, France, and the United Kingdom.
Nasko said her biggest donation to date was a $ 2,800 gift in cryptocurrency. Unlike
OnlyFans, TerOnlyFans does not allow donors to make requests because it is a subscription service that deals with more explicit content as users give more money.
"We are not sex workers, war," Nasco said. I told the insider.
From Belarus, Nasco lived in Kieu at the beginning of the war. Since then, she has left the Ukrainian capital and moved to an apartment in Warsaw, Poland. There she works as a marketing manager for an esports company.
Kuchimenko, who decided to stay in Kyiv, runs TerOnly Fans in collaboration with Nasco.
The two are busy promoting their site via the encrypted messaging app Telegram. Nasco said they had no plans to stop as long as the invasion continued.
"Once Putin dies and Russia stops attacking, we will end this project," she said.