Domthenation.com launch set for Valentine’s Day, 2021
Two-Flame Media, the parent company of Assylum.com, has announced that its new flagship member site, Domthenation.com, will now launch on Feb 14, 2021, after a long delay due to coronavirus.
Domthenation documents the adventures of a male dominant named Neil as he travels the country to engage in BDSM sessions with submissive and masochistic women in the great outdoors. Unlike traditional porn scenes, the sessions are spontaneous and shot in real time, using highly customized gear to avoid the intrusion of crew into the dynamics wherever possible. The BDSM sessions encompass not only sex and sadomasochism but conversation, artistic creation, casual fun and sport, and the enjoyment of nature. The lineup of participants for the site’s first year includes established adult BDSM models, amateur couples, and professional artists who have agreed to submit on film. Much of the content is captured on anamorphic lenses to draw viewers into the landscape without the distortion of wide-angle spherical lenses.
The Website itself has been built from the ground up with features that allow each viewer to navigate the content in whatever manner best suits their own journey. Members can sort through content via several sets of categories as they view photos, videos, and longer films. The site will also double as a travel and BDSM blog, capturing the honest experiences, reflections, failures, successes, learnings, regrets, and dreams of its narrator. All photos will be viewable and downloadable in high resolution, and upgraded memberships will be available for customers who wish to download videos in 4k cinemascope.
According to Dr. Mercies, producer of Domthenation, the website will be “my love letter to BDSM.” The mission of the website is to “celebrate the full humanity of people who enjoy sexual domination and submission. We will show brutality and tenderness in the same breath. We will splatter our viewers minds with piss and poetry in the same moment. We will do and show everything, under the sun and stars, as far away as we can get from the halls of culture that have for all human history divided us from ourselves, calling one part profane and another part sublime.”
A coming-soon page with a preview video will remain online at Domthenation.com through February 13. In anticipation of the launch, the company welcomes potential partnerships with select, appropriate affiliates. The company also welcomes queries from women, couples, and artists interested in appearing on the site to share their filth, beauty, and passion with viewers.
The company can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Their affiliate program is DerangedDollars.com.
Grammy-winnning artist Cardi B—who performed at the 2019 AVN Awards Show—adds another tie to the adult industry by partnering with female-powered adult outfit Bellesa to launch “Cardi’s Naughty List” for the holiday season.
Cardi B and Bellesa are giving away free gifts all month long to everyone who signs up for Cardi’s Naughty List, which will include gift cards for vibrators, Bellesa Plus memberships, shopping sprees, stickers and more.
The rapper, who previously partnered with Bellesa to gift guests like Kylie Jenner and Megan Thee Stallion [Aurora and Dea] Bellesa vibrators at her October birthday party, took to Instagram on Friday afternoon to announce to her nearly 80 million followers: “Do you want to have a really spicy 2021? Not only a good one, but a spicy one? I got you. I will be giving these [BuzzFeed AirVibe vibrators] away with Bellesa. All you’ve got to do is sign up for Cardi’s Naughty List.”
This new alliance follows Bellesa’s partnership last month with news site BuzzFeed to launch the BuzzFeed AirVibe being gifted.
“2020 has been a chaotic year,” Bellesa CEO and founder Michelle Shnaidman said. “We can all use some relief! I hope that Cardi’s Naughty List injects some positivity and helps to end this year on a lighter and happier note for everyone.”
Fans can sign up for Cardi’s Naugty List at bboutique.co/naughtylist/cardi. Limit to 1 sign up per person.