Instead of celebrities, the P*rnH*b Awards focus on charities.

This year, porn’s flashiest night will be a low-key event.

Smut colossus For the year 2022, P*rnH*b has nixed celebrity appearances at its famed awards event in favor of donating the money it would have spent on stellar musical acts.

Kanye West, Bad Bunny, and Ty Dolla $ign have all performed at the P*rnH*b Awards in the past, while Bella Thorne was honored with a special award in 2019. Leah McSweeney, a reality personality, and director John Waters have both made appearances.

This time, the site says it’ll “directly give $1 million to models and non-profits” that help s*x workers.

This year, p*rn’s flashiest night will be a low-key event.

Smut colossus For the year 2022, P*rnH*b has nixed celebrity appearances at its famed awards event in favor of donating the money it would have spent on stellar musical acts.

Kanye West, Bad Bunny, and Ty Dolla $ign have all performed at the P*rnH*b Awards in the past, while Bella Thorne was honored with a special award in 2019. Leah McSweeney, a reality personality, and director John Waters have both made appearances.

This time, the site says it’ll “directly give $1 million to models and non-profits” that help s*x workers.

“It’s no secret that the people of our community are some of the most despised and mocked in the world,” Asa Akira, a s*x star and P*rnH*b model, told Page Six. “And this is an exceptionally scary, disheartening time if you are one of us.”

The site has been accused of profiting off unethical s*x movies supplied by shady sources over the previous couple of years. It retaliated by eliminating content from creators who had not been verified.

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