“Sex” is the most searched word on the Internet. That comes as no surprise. It is a bit surprising that it’s taken this long to turn a massive industry into something charitable.

 

We chronicled major tube site PornHub’s recent attempt and subsequent refusal to donate money towards the fight against breast cancer, but another porn site is hoping to launch with a fully altruistic slant.

 

Come4.org defines itself as a “provocative, radical and disruptive cultural operation” and “the first user-generated, non-profit porn site finalized at funding charitable and ethically driven projects.” The site is still in its investment stages but plans to change the way pornography is most often seen That view is bad.

 

The Italian designers and developers lay out this pitch for the project:

 

  • People can upload, watch, share and rate self-made erotic porn and sexual contents


  • Users can interact together, create groups, and win and distribute awards

 

  • Every content get associated with a charitable or ethically inspired cause

 

  • Professionals, sex-toys sellers, performers, etc. can upload their sponsored contents; or purchase advertisement at the end/beginning of other videos. Get associated with a charitable or ethically inspired cause

 

  • Money generated from the advertisement linked to a content goes to the cause with which such content has been associated in the first place


We think that time has come to critically rethink the relationship between the Internet and sexuality, its global impact, role, form and scope. Our promise is that all Come4 cash flow will always be absolutely transparent, the interface will be smooth and friendly, users’ privacy and data will never be exploited, spam and aggressive advertising will never be used, and any inappropriate content involving violence or physical harm will be immediately removed and reported


 

Does Come4.org hold the potential for a new sexual revolution?

 

Find out more here.