Pornhub donates masks, makes premium plan free


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Pornhub donated 50,000 face masks to frontliners and is now offering its premium content for free worldwide amid the spread of COVID-19.

The adult entertainment company gave the masks to health workers braving the pandemic in New York City, as per a statement on the site yesterday, March 24.

Meanwhile, free access to its premium content will last for 30 days upon claiming the offer. The move comes after Pornhub first made its premium subscription free for Italians earlier this month to encourage them to stay home amid the pandemic.

“We hope by expanding our offer of free Pornhub Premium worldwide, people have an extra incentive to stay home and flatten the curve,” Pornhub vice president Corey Price said in the statement.

Along with the surgical masks, the company has also pledged 50,000 euros (about $54,000 or over P2.7 million) to various European organizations in need of additional medical equipment.

It will also give $25,000 (over P1.2 million) to the Sex Workers Outreach Project to help sex workers affected by the COVID-19 crisis. In addition, Pornhub stated that models on the site will keep all of their proceeds from videos sold in April after the deduction of a processing fee.

As countries across the globe continue to combat the spread of COVID-19, the number of confirmed cases has increased to over 372,000 worldwide as of March 23. More than 16,200 have already died from the disease.  /ra


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