PornHub just wants to be loved.

The porn video site is looking for a new breast cancer charity to donate to after Susan G. Komen for the Cure rejected their fundraising effort. Through October, the Canadian-based porn site is hosting a “Save the Boobs” contest where it will donate 1 cent for every 30 views of select boob-centric videos for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Initially, PornHub said it would give that money to the Komen foundation. But on Wednesday, Komen announced it would not accept the site’s donations.

“We are not a partner, not accepting donations, and have asked them to stop using our name,” a Komen spokesperson told NBC News. Komen’s logo has been pulled from PornHub’s special splash page.

“Unfortunately we had to change our targeted beneficiary,” said PornHub’s spokesman to NBC News. The Daily Dot reached out for comment from PornHub, but the company has not yet responded.

PornHub is putting out feelers for new charities to be the receiver of a “considerable” amount of money. The company expects to release a name of one charity in a few days.

Since the contest started earlier this week, PornHub has racked up more than 11 million views of videos that either fall into the “Big Tit Videos” or “Small Tit Videos” section. PornHub amasses nearly 90 million clicks per month, according to a press release.

PornHub’s pro-boobs intiviate extends beyond the site’s boob sections. Earlier this year, the website rolled out a “Save the Boobs” bus in New York, offering women free breast exams with porn star Bree Olsen.

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