Komen Surprisingly Rejects Funding from Pornhub's 'Save the Boobies' Campaign

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Well, that was quick. Susan G. Komen For the Cure® has stated in no uncertain terms that it has no use for any money that Pornhub.com's October Save the Boobies! campaign was raising. The organization has also demanded that the porn site stop using the Komen name, stop it at once before poor Nancy Brinker catches the vapors. Take your Breast Cancer® fund raising riffraff elsewhere!

Pornhub's campaign promised users that for every 30 clicks on videos featuring jugs of a certain size (ie "big jugs," or "small jugs") during the month of October, they'd donate one cent to Komen. More boobs used as boner fuel, more money toward Komen's version of the Cure® for Breast Cancer®.


The only problem is that Komen's only a whore for donor money if the money comes from organizations like KFC or Ford Motor Company, two corporations that arguably fill the environment and the body with possibly cancer-causing pollutants but at least don't fill delicate Christian brains with soul-eroding smut like the kind found on PornTube. So now we know where Komen draws the line — not at carcinogenic pink branded perfume, but at sex.

Team Nobody!


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You know what? I can't speak for the Komen foundation, or how they choose their donors, but as a 25-year-old breast cancer survivor who just had a double mastectomy, I have to say using porn to raise money for breast cancer-related causes feels like a nice little slap in the face. Unless those pornos involve actresses of diverse backgrounds and include women with mastectomy scars, reconstructed breasts, and/or bald-headed chemo patients - and/or male breast cancer survivors!- how the hell is porn *really* raising awareness about breast cancer? (Someone report back?!)