As of December 1st, Eros.com no longer offers listings for BDSM providers, a service they have provided for over a decade. This seemed to have come about rather quickly as I just heard about it about a week ago.
Many providers are scrambling to find a good place to advertise. I have read many Dommes say that most of their business came from Eros. (I haven’t used Eros since 2018, which I’ve written about in previous posts, so my experience is different.)
I have always strongly encouraged pro Dommes to have a website and to keep it current. Most of my traffic and subsequent bookings come from web searches not directories. Still, many would-be clients look to places like Eros for a single location from which to look for a suitable Domme (or sub).
Being the take-charge Alpha I am, I decided to start a new directory. In truth, I considered doing this when I registered a domain three and a half years ago. I just haven’t gotten around to it.
Well, I just spent the last 5 hours laying in bed (I spent the whole day here, actually) throwing a site and new mailbox together on my laptop. Hopefully, this will help fill the hole that Eros has left. (Pun not intended.)
My future plans are to include:
- More comprehensive listings for providers, including additional photos and a bio. Possibly a deluxe option with video clips.
- Dungeons that pros can rent
- Stores that offer BDSM/kink gear and clothing, retail and online
- BDSM/kink craftpersons
- BDSM/kink events
I’m hoping to expand to include the above in the next 6 months. I’d like to do it all now but I’m also a full-time Domme myself, so I have to work on it around everything else.
Let me know what you think!