admin September 19, 2017

 

The song from the Broadway Musical “Avenue Q” titled “The Internet is for Porn” relates to seemingly majority of resources and innovation on the Internet is dedicated to pornography. In 2016 alone PornHub, the most popular porn site got 4,599,000,000 hours of porn views. That’s equal to 5,246 centuries.

The site got 23 BILLION visits. That’s 729 people a second, or 64 million a day—the amount of people that live in the entire United Kingdom.

So is the internet really for porn? In this episode of graphworthy, we are looking at the demography of porn viewers around the world.

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Demography

Eight out of ten men between the ages of 18 and 30 view pornography at least monthly. Three out of them daily viewers of porn.

More than a third of women watch pornography at least once a week.

Roughly 40 percent of women claim to use pornography at least occasionally.

Device

80% of women access porn from mobile devices, compared to 69% of men

The use of mobile phones and tablets to access porn has been growing for both genders over the past few years – it now constitutes 72% of traffic worldwide

78% of millennials, aged 18-34, watch on their smartphone

 

Which Countries Watch The Most Porn? 

Japan jumped seven spots from 2015 to 2016 — the biggest jump on the top 20 list and now in the fifth place

India is in the fourth place and down one from third place in 2015.

Canada, the U.K and the U.S.A continues to be on top three positions respectively.

The U.S which is at number 1 position is responsible for nearly 40% of total porn traffic.

Where

26% of viewers had watched porn in a public space like a park and 16% in a cafe or bar.

38% of American men admitted that they access pornography at work.

43% of people said they thought it was fine for others to watch away.

 

Is this trend of growing porn consumption making internet a better place or worse? We’d be very interested to hear what viewers think. Let us know your thoughts in the comments sections and suggest your views on what do you want to see on next episode of graphworthy.

 

 

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