If ‘Diwali’ is the only festival that comes to your mind when we say ‘Festival of lights’, then this might surprise you. ‘Festival of Lights’, popularly called ‘Hanukkah’, is also a Jewish festival that lasts for eight days and typically falls in the month of December. This year, the festival starts on December 12 and ends on December 20. The festival commemorates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem during the Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire and is celebrated by lighting candles. And now, adult entertainment platform Pornhub is giving people an all-new way to celebrate the festival by offering free access to Pornhub Premium, their on-demand HD streaming service. This free access will last all eight days of the festival. 

Happy Hanukkah 2017: Significance, History, Celebrations of The Jewish Festival of Lights

Happy Hanukkah 2017: Significance, History, Celebrations of The Jewish Festival of Lights

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Mashable reports that Pornhub has created an SFW ad that’s heavy on the Hava Nagila to go along with the promotion. The ad shows a couple quietly lighting their menorah at home when they are interrupted by a display of lights across the street. ‘This year, there is a great reason to celebrate Hanukkah’ says the ad, and ends with the message, ‘Free Pornhub content for all 8 crazy nights’. Usually, access to Pornhub Premium’s exclusive content costs USD 9.99 a month. Also Read - Chaitra Navratri 2021 Wishes, Top Quotes, WhatsApp Forwards, Status, Messages, SMS, And Greetings For Your Loved Ones

Watch Pornhub’s SWF ad here:

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So what’s the reason for giving access to its premium content on Hanukkah? Pornhub’s vice president, Corey Price, says that they had already produced Christmas ads in 2015 and 2016. However, they realised that no one had created an international ad for Hanukkah in over 20 years. This prompted them to come up with an offer exclusively for Hanukkah. Reportedly, his press statement read, “We already produced Christmas ads in both 2015 and 2016 so when we realized that no one had created an international ad for Hanukkah in more than 20 years, we thought we’d fill that void and bring some ‘oy! to the world’ by doing something special for the festival of lights.” Quite an interesting spinoff to the ‘festival of lights’ we must say.