What is TerOnlyFans? Ukrainian women raised $570K for their soldiers by selling nudes

'I feel happy because I can support people in Ukraine and show that not all Belarusians like Russians and we are good people,' Nastassia Nasko said


                            What is TerOnlyFans? Ukrainian women raised $570K for their soldiers by selling nudes
Nastassia Nasko, the Ukranian group founder, contributed to raising $570k in three months to aid Ukrainian forces (Credits: Instagram/evrlstng_winter)
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A group of Ukrainian women has revealed how they sold their nudes to fund £570,000 for the troops in their nation. The group pledged to continue working on the "TerOnlyFans" project until Russian President Vladimir Putin is killed after raising the astounding sum in just three months.

Nastassia Nasko, the group's founder, told Insider how the idea stumbled into existence but she is pleased they can support Ukraine's war effort. "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 claimed that at the start of the invasion in February, she had posted on Twitter to appeal for assistance in evacuating a friend from Kharkiv.

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After obtaining no reply, Nasko tweeted half-jokingly that she would send a nude picture of herself to anyone who could help. According to her, she received more than ten texts in just five minutes, and her friend was eventually escorted safely outside of the besieged city.

Nasko also maintained her word and emailed the man her nude photo who assisted with the evacuation. The 23-year-old and her friend Anastasiya started "TerOnlyFans" a few days later in an effort to aid Ukraine (the word "Ter" refers to territorial defense).

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The concept is somewhat comparable to the adult content portal OnlyFans, with the exception that all proceeds support the Ukrainian army. A total of 35 women and 3 men have volunteered to join the group's endeavor since the site's introduction.

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Nasko claims that the majority of donations support Ukraine's territorial defense. The majority of the donations came from Ukraine, although there were also donations from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and France. A £2,200 cryptocurrency contribution was the largest donation they've ever gotten.


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Nasko, who is also a marketing manager, has promised to keep working until the war is over despite the demanding workload. "We will end this project when Putin dies and Russia stops their aggression," she remarked.

According to newly released data from the UN, more than 5.2 million Ukrainian refugees had been registered across Europe as of June 21. More than 3.5 million people have requested temporary residency abroad, there are 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 Belarus.

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An elderly woman is helped onto a train which is taking evacuees trying to escape the front-line war with Russia on June 20, 2022 in Pokrovsk, Ukraine. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Most notably those who crossed into Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia moved on to other locations.  According to the UN, there are 137,000 Ukrainians in Italy, about 380,000 in the Czech Republic, and over 780,000 in Germany.

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Some Ukrainians left the pro-Russian districts of Luhansk and Donetsk to go to Russia. Insisting that nobody was compelled into travelling to Russia, President Vladimir Putin claimed that his soldiers had evacuated 140,000 inhabitants from Mariupol. Volunteer organizations claim they have however assisted thousands of Ukrainians in leaving Russia.

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