Graphic pornography website banners might be a thing of the past. A site called Pornhub, which has been called a “YouTube for porn,” is trying to make access to pornography easier, through their ads.
Back in March, Pornhub appealed to the public to make mainstream or Safe for Work (“SFW”) ads in its first ever national ad campaign. The winner would receive a one-year contract as the site’s creative director. The finalists were announced May 20 and tech blog Pando, Business Insider and The Daily Dot reported on the news.
Liberal media bias can turn up in some very unlikely places. One example of this concept is an article on the Business Insider website in which Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus was quoted as saying that the concept of illegal immigrants “self-deporting” back to their native countries -- as proposed by 2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney -- was “racist.”
Soon after, the following message was added at the top of Brett LoGiurato's article: “An original version of this story said that Reince Priebus referred to Mitt Romney's comments as "racist." He said it "hurts us." Business Insider regrets the error.”