TerOnlyFans: Ukrainian women raised $570K for their soldiers by selling nudes
A group of Ukrainian ladies has disclosed how they raised £570,000 for their country’s army by selling their nude bodies. After accumulating the astonishing amount in just three months, the group promised to keep working on the “TerOnlyFans” initiative until Russian President Vladimir Putin is murdered. The group’s creator, Nastassia Nasko, explained to Insider how the idea came to be but expressed her happiness that they could aid Ukraine’s military endeavors. The 23-year-old, who is originally from Belarus, continued, “I feel happy because I can support people in Ukraine and show that not all Belarusians like Russians and that we are good people,” the 23-year-old, who is originally from Belarus, added. “We want to help our neighbors.” She asserted that she had sent a request for help evacuating a friend from Kharkiv on Twitter at the beginning of the invasion in February.
Nasko tweeted half-jokingly that she would send a picture of herself in her underwear to anyone who could help after receiving no response. Her acquaintance was eventually taken safely outside of the besieged city, according to more than 10 texts she allegedly received in only five minutes. Additionally, Nasko kept her word and sent the man who helped with the evacuation her naked photo via email. A few days later, the 23-year-old and her friend Anastasiya launched “TerOnlyFans” in an effort to support Ukraine (the word “Ter” refers to territorial defense).
With the exception of the fact that all earnings go toward supporting the Ukrainian army, the premise is fairly comparable to the adult content web OnlyFans. Since the site’s launch, a total of 35 women and 3 men have volunteered to join the group’s endeavor. According to Nasko, the majority of donations go toward defending Ukraine’s borders. Despite contributions from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and France, the majority of the money came from Ukraine. The greatest donation they’ve ever received was a cryptocurrency contribution of £2,200.
More than 5.2 million Ukrainian refugees had been registered in Europe as of June 21 according to recently released UN figures. There are about 3.5 million persons who have applied for temporary residency abroad, including 1,305,018 Ukrainian refugees in Russia, 1,180,677 in Poland, 85,797 in Moldova, 82,733 in Romania, 78,972 in Slovakia, 25,042 in Hungary, and 9,006 in Belarus. Those who entered Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia in particular left for other countries. The UN estimates that there are approximately 780,000 Ukrainians in Germany, over 380,000 in the Czech Republic, and 137,000 in Italy.