Site name had me expecting a gay porn site. That could be shooting yourself in the foot before people even THINK about clicking on a link to the site.
The illegible serif fonts on that top menu, goofy use of bandwidth wasting WAY too thin webfonts, and fixed metric (px) fonts really doesn't make for good usability. The content feels just kinda slapped in there any old way with no rhyme nor reason ... while the fixed width layout with zero responsiveness makes it feel more like "it came from the '90's" than a new or modern site.
I'd also really look at getting consistent padding and margins on things -- It just feels like values were chosen section-by-section at random with no real layout plan.
That goofy fixed position "feedback" thing on the side overlapping the content isn't all that great an idea either, particularly when it covers up the menu.
The page load time is PAINFULLY slow, a little over a minute here because of the really high ping time to your hosting from here (500ms+) and the ridiculous 116 separatie files used to build that page. That it seems to be loading 95 separate images really isn't good. You've just got WAY too much image crap on the page in too many sections where NONE of it seems like related content.
Which is to say, in transition from 1997 to 1998 coding practices. It's chock full of outdated methodologies, broken coding methods, and generally speaking needs to be tossed and started over.
I would suggest axing a two-thirds to three-quarters the images on that home page -- you're doing more with that to drive people away than to draw them in. Maybe... two or three items from each category instead of dozens -- people want to see more, redirect them to a sub-page.
Really, it's got problems -- problems in accessibility, problems in total page sizes, and problems in the code.