In all the hub-bub over Stormy Daniels and the affair with Donald Trump, let’s not make the mistake of thinking there are good guys and bad guys, here.

They’re both pretty reprehensible.

I mean, Daniels is likely the one telling the truth here, but she’s still a porn star, leaving her personal, broken brand across the back of morality in this nation.

She’s also the type of woman that would sleep with a married man.

(She’s the type of woman that would sleep with Donald Trump, so, eeewww.)

Yeah, she didn’t do that on her own, either. Trump was the one that pledged a vow to Ivana Marla Melania.

Like I said, they’re both awful.

With that in mind, nobody should be clutching their pearls over a Penthouse Magazine interview with Daniels, where she says she’ll be donating to Planned Parenthood in Trump and Michael Cohen’s names, should she win her case against them.

The cover of the magazine shows Daniels with an American flag and the headline, “Penthouse Pet of the Century: Getting Intimate With the Most Wanted Woman in America.”

While discussing the affair with Trump, Daniels said she’ll be donating $130,000 to the abortion mill, a symbolic move to represent the $130,000 she was paid in hush money to not spill about the affair before the 2016 election.

“I don’t have shame. You can’t bully me,” Daniels told the magazine, according to the Daily Beast.

Yeah. Given your career choices, we can pretty well assume you have no shame. Or morals. Or dignity.

But speaking of Trump and his lawyer, I would say you do have a point.

“It was great working with Stormy for this issue, and the pictures are beautiful,” Penthouse executive editor Mish Barber-Way told the Daily Beast. “In the feature article she talked to us about her incident with the president. It also really gets to the heart of who Stormy is, and we reveal another side of her.”

I would imagine there are many who’ve seen pretty much every side of her.

The $130,000 to Planned Parenthood is a lot, but as somebody pointed out elsewhere, it’s nothing. Trump just signed off on giving them $500 million.