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Pornhub Joins Fight To Clean Up Plastic Pollution With 'Dirtiest Porn Ever'

Pornhub Joins Fight To Clean Up Plastic Pollution With 'Dirtiest Porn Ever'

Masturbation, by its very nature, is an activity we typically keep to ourselves. Indeed, many people (wrongly) feel quite ashamed about the whole thing.

However, thanks to a new initiative from Pornhub, you can now w*** with pride, safe in the knowledge you're actually helping to clean up the planet.

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The 'Dirtiest Porn Ever' campaign will see the giants of adult entertainment donating to non-profit organisation Ocean Polymers, which aims to help preserve oceans by transforming our relationship with plastics and waste. How much is donated is in your hands. Quite literally.

So, here's how it works.

Basically, Pornhub has made a new film starring Leolulu - one of the site's most popular amateur couples. The film is shot at one of the world's dirtiest beaches and - surprise surprise - sees the couple bonk each other. However, the film does have a trashy twist.

In order to highlight how rubbish can ruin an otherwise beautiful scene, you initially won't be able to see any of the couples' intimate areas, which are obscured by mounds of trash. But after a few minutes, a cleaning crew begins clearing up the litter on the beach, revealing the pair 'in all of their naked glory'.

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Pornhub has launched its 'Dirtiest Porn Ever' campaign. Credit: Pornhub
Pornhub has launched its 'Dirtiest Porn Ever' campaign. Credit: Pornhub

Corey Price, vice president of Pornhub, said that while their website might be laden with filth, the world's beaches shouldn't be.

He said: "As of today, 12.7 million tons of plastic can be found within the depths of our oceans. What's perhaps even more shocking, is that scientists predict that there will be more plastic than fish within our oceans in only 30 years.

"Ocean pollution has grown to become of the most significant global issues of our lifetime, and it's only getting worse. That's why it's imperative that we use our platform to raise awareness and inspire change - not just for the time being but for generations to come. We're dirty here at Pornhub, but that doesn't mean our beaches need to be."

Pornhub say their website should be dirty, not the world's beaches. Credit: Pornhub
Pornhub say their website should be dirty, not the world's beaches. Credit: Pornhub

She said: "The initiative and support from Pornhub is inspired and appreciated. Whilst I'm sure for some it may not initially appear like the most obvious match for our project, we are thrilled that Pornhub has engaged with us and displayed a commitment to utilising their voice and reach for positive action.

"We are all part of the problem and must work together to find solutions. This is a brand with significant global reach spanning all demographics, so it is a very effective platform to raise awareness and support for the crisis we face in our oceans today. It would be great to see more companies of this size and stature taking the same responsibility with the audience they engage."

You can find out more about the campaign here.

LADbible has claimed the world's first country made entirely of trash to highlight the issue of plastic pollution in our oceans.

Get involved and ensure the world's first country made of trash is its last. Find out more here

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Donate to our charity partner, Plastic Oceans Foundation here

Featured Image Credit: Pornhub

Topics: News, Environment, world news, Plastic, trash isles, porn, PornHub

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.

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