Most crowdfunding projects offer lame rewards like hats or t-shirts. So you’d think a website like GoFundMe would reward people with creative incentives for donors. But apparently if those “incentives” involve boobs, then they get kicked out.

Tracy Kiss is a model in the UK who used GoFundMe to raise money for charitable causes involving “disabled people, sick children and firefighters.” She had even raised over $15,000 by offering topless photos to guys if they gave over £10 ($15 in American dollars). However, her crowdfunding project was shut down after she posted this photo (which can also be found on her Instagram page).

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

Apparently GoFundMe claimed the photo violated their terms of service (apparently offering pics of boobs is frowned upon) and they shut down her site.

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

“I was shocked when GoFundMe closed my fundraising page because of my controversial photo content violating their terms and conditions,” Kiss told the Mirror. “Which was a single topless photo that I’d censored by emoji hearts so didn’t actually expose anything.”

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

How could the monsters at GoFundMe do such a thing? These were real animals or children or something that were being helped by her campaign. If some lucky fellas also got some pics of naked boobs, is that really a problem?

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

Instagram, @tracykissdotcom

Although this does beg the question why were so many guys willing to fork over $15 for pics of boobs? Google Images is 100% free.


Joseph Misulonas is an editorial assistant for Playboy.com. He can be found on Twitter at @jmisulonas.