Pornhub's Breast Cancer Drive Spurned by Susan G. Komen Foundation
CHICAGO — Whether it was just a grab for more Internet traffic or a legitimate move to support a worthy cause, Pornhub.com’s bid to donate money to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation was shot down by the breast cancer fund.
Pornhub said it was willing to donate 1 cent for every 30 views of its “small tits” and big tits” videos.
The gesture was in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month and lasts through the end of October.
Pornhub maintained that it gets on average 70-90 million views per month on its boob categories that could have meant some nice cash for the non-profit. “The more boobs that are viewed, the more money that will be showered upon the Susan G. Komen Foundation," the company reportedly said in a press release.
"What matters most is that your kind and selfless gesture will go a long way towards helping our sisters to find a cure," Pornhub said.
But the Dallas-based Susan G. Komen group wants no part of Pornhub’s drive and told NBC News that it’s in no way affiliated with the website
"We are not a partner, not accepting donations, and have asked them to stop using our name," the organization said.