#ComeForACause: Porn Site Donates to Planned Parenthood in Exchange for Views

FBI Supervisory Special Agent Stacey Bradley and Special Agent "Jackie" of the Innocent Images Unit monitors possible child pornography offenders Thursday May 4, 2006 in Calverton, Md. in an online chat room. The unit patrols chat rooms in hopes of cracking down on possible domestic and international sex offenders. (AP …
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Women’s porn site Bellesa is having a Valentine’s Day special: Watch porn and support Planned Parenthood at the same time.

“We’re donating $1 to Planned Parenthood for every hour of content viewed on Bellesa this Valentine’s Day!” tweeted the site on Thursday morning. “Give back by getting off, bb.”

Bellesa boasts it is the “#1 destination for porn for women.” Visitors are invited to “check out The Collective, where you can find articles on all things sex, relationships, women’s health, etc.”

The porn site says its “mission” is “to empower women to celebrate their sexuality – unapologetically.”

Bellesa continues it is “aiming to open dialogue … with thought-provoking non-adult content as well”:

At Bellesa, we believe that sexuality on the internet should depict women as they truly are- as subjects of pleasure, not objects of conquest. Bellesa is a platform on which users can access sexual content that suits their desires, share intimate and erotic stories, and engage in a community of like-minded individuals. Our ambitions reach far beyond providing women with easily accessible and true natured sexual content; we’re aiming to open a dialogue amongst our expressive community members with thought-provoking non-adult content as well. Bellesa grows and changes as its community does- that’s where you come in.

Planned Parenthood did not respond to Breitbart News’ request for comment regarding whether they are endorsing the porn site’s donations.

According to Planned Parenthood, it is the “single largest provider of sex education in the United States, reaching 1.5 million people with education and outreach each year.”

The abortion giant continues:

Planned Parenthood educators teach across the lifespan — including elementary, middle, and high school as well as young adults, parents, and older adults. They include topics that matter, like communication skills, decision making, birth control, STIs, healthy relationships, consent, body image, anatomy, and puberty.

Through its use of technology, Planned Parenthood says it also “reaches young people online to ensure they can access information and education somewhere, even if they aren’t getting that in school.”

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