ErosArts Productions launches KinkySpace.com

By on January 14, 2009

kinky spaceErosArts Productions is proud to announce the launch of a new social networking site for the fetish and adult community, KinkySpace.com.

KinkySpace.com is a free site featuring uncensored profiles, blogs, live chat, personals, classifieds, photo sharing, and more! Our site is similar to some other popular social networking sites, but KinkySpace.com is designed by perverts for perverts. We are kink-friendly and will soon become the number one free social network for open-minded adults.

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Unlike many of the social networking sites for fetish or adults, KinkySpace.com allows users to create their own unique profiles, and even gives members the tools to make an interesting profile without knowing how to write complicated code. Michael Diamond, fetish photographer and owner of ErosArtist.com, along with his brother who is the webmaster for the site, created KinkySpace as a place for fetish friends and kinky people to call home without the fear of being deleted and censored. Michael grew frustrated with having his profile, and those of his friends, being deleted on MySpace and Facebook, so he decided that the best solution was to create an entirely new social networking site that is fetish- and adult-friendly. KinkySpace.com is 100% free and is supported solely by fetish and adult sponsors.

According to Michael, “Our goal is to have a place that is similar to MySpace, where users can create a unique profile and not be restricted to the design of the site. I grew tired of seeing the same old black, white, and red design on social networks…a color scheme that seems to have become a sort of flag for the fetish community. Although webmasters often choose this color scheme for their fetish networks, on MySpace people seemed to love to create dramatic and colorful profiles. We wanted to give our community the ability to make their profiles colorful and fun. We even made a custom profile editor so that you can make your very own custom profile without knowing how to write code!”

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One of the main reasons people tend to get deleted from more mainstream (and usually more conservative) sites is because of the strict terms of service that include no nudity or obscene material. On KinkySpace.com, users are responsible for their own images. If a member wishes to post a photo that has nudity or bondage, he must agree to the KinkySpace.com Terms of Service that states that the user is accountable for his own images and that anyone in the image is over the age of 18. While we will not allow images on the site that are in violation of U.S.C. TITLE 18, SECTION 2257, members who wish to post explicit images may do so as long as they fulfill the requirements for supplying custodian of records on the site. To enter KinkySpace.com, users must be over 18 years of age.

We also feel that it is unfair to block access to external, adult-themed websites; therefore, we encourage people to network, to promote themselves and their adult-oriented businesses, and to use KinkySpace as a tool to gain more exposure. The best way to do this is to bring more people back to KinkySpace. Once the user creates a profile, he can place a link on his site that sends people to his KinkySpace profile! We have created a site that is the best viable option to MySpace. There is no longer a reason to have a fetish or adult profile on the mainstream social site because now there is KinkySpace.com.

Sign up for a free profile and become a part of building the largest free adult social site on the net!

Join Skin Two on Kinky Space www.kinkyspace.com/SkinTwo

Contact Michael@ErosArtist.com for any questions or comments.

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