Pornhub Teams Up With SWOP-USA for International Women’s Day #IWD

For International Women’s Day, the folks at Pornhub are pleased to announce that they have once again partnered up with Pornhub has donated $50,000 to Sex Workers Outreach Project — USA (SWOP-USA) to celebrate and support women and their achievements, challenge inequality and stereotypes, and work together to create a gender equality world!

This March 8th, we are very pleased to announce that we will be entering into a partnership with SWOP-USA and will be donating $50,000. In our internal discussions about this partnership the first and most important aspect that came to us is that we want to ensure that this generous donation is reinvested into the sex worker community and in direct services to sex workers. We are still in discussion with SWOP-USA on how our partnership will unfold and are thrilled to announce several forthcoming projects.

We are very excited to move forward in this partnership with SWOP-USA in mutuality and collaboration. We believe that this is one of the first steps in moving in tandem as sex workers and institutions to fight for the rights and dignity of all sex workers and to fight for full decriminalization.

On this International Women’s Day we are thrilled to embark on this new journey and hold up sex work as work!

Let’s be #EqualforEqual!

– Pornhub & SWOP-USA

Pornhub Teams Up With SWOP-USA for International Women's Day #IWD

International Women’s Day was first celebrated in 1909 to acknowledge and celebrate working women worldwide. “It should come as no surprise that this day carries great significance for sex workers, and while not all sex workers are women, the importance of highlighting that sex work is work remains,” explained a SWOP-USA representative.

Pornhub’s donation will help fund SWOP-USA’s Community Support Line: (877) 776-2004.

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Pornhub Teams Up With SWOP-USA for International Women’s Day #IWD

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  1. Anyone else find it ironic that a company that makes millions and millions off of stolen content is trying to change their image by donating money to a program that helps sex workers?

    Tube sites gutted the industry and the workers make much less then they used to before pirate sites came along.

  2. Karma, I always find it funny when all the girls are wearing their PH gear and talking about how awesome the company is. The only website, where after several warnings, they disable your adblocker for you. God knows how much information they collect on users…

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