By this point, we all expect Kanye West to say and do the most outlandish things and have the world get annoyed for a maximum of two seconds before shrugging their proverbial shoulders. There was the whole Trump stuff, and then the slavery comments, but then there was Ye and DAYTONA and… yeah. 

On Thursday night night, Kanye appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and dropped another gem for us to digest in our collective pop culture consciousness. When asked if he’s changed his outlook on women at all since having two daughters, he paused for a beat and said, “Nah, I still look at Pornhub.” In case you were curious, Kanye also said his favorite category is black on white, “obviously.” 

Now, porn is not the end of the world, but the fact that he directly when there after being asked a pretty softball question about his own family suggests he both knows the troubling feminist consequences of some kinds of porn but just doesn’t care. (See also: Kanye’s reaction to Kimmel’s question about whether he thinks Trump cares about black people.) It's one thing to realize it, and another to say it on national television. 

But, hey, it’s Kanye, so instead of unpacking that at all, we live in a world where Pornhub has capitalized on this moment and offered a man who owns a billion dollar company a free lifetime premium account. 

We want to extend our appreciation to a Mr. @kanyewest  for his loyalty to us over the years. A gift in the form of a free lifetime premium membership. Here's to you, Ye. cc: @jimmykimmel

— Pornhub ARIA (@Pornhub) August 10, 2018

At the end of the day, this is hardly surprising, from either camp. It's hard to knock on Pornhub's well-timed marketing strategy, and it's hard to imagine anyone would be all that bummed to discover anyone, much less Kanye West, is indeed not going to singlehandedly fix sexism during a late-night television interview.