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Internet pornography tastes vary from country to country

Nations vary wildly in their 'private browsing' preferences
Wed Mar 13 2013, 16:49
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LIKELY REGULAR CLEAR RECENT HISTORY VICTIM PornMD has come up with the definitive list of what online pornography people search for and where they look for it.

PornMD, a stranger on our shores, has been taking a look at the globe and it's preferences, and by jove if it didn't make the old monocle fall out of the eye and the tea splutter in the mouth.

The website is a search page for people with an interest in things that some might call 'niche' or 'adult', and that your aunt would call 'disgraceful'.

Its homepage is quite safe for work, apparently. Anyway, we had a look around, but then someone came in and we quickly closed the tab and looked busy for a while. We found the 'still safe for work' infographic page by looking at PornMD on Twitter, a safer option that we should have tried in the first place.

In the Ukraine things get a bit off track. There the number one web search term for people who find themselves home alone for a period of time is Raincoat. Libyans prefer silver daddies, and in Syria, they spend all their time looking for aunts. We don't like to suggest that's a misspelling. 

The US with its 52 states makes for good reading. In Montana and Alaska they don't mess about, they head straight for Compilation.

In Great Britain the most popular porn search term is British, which is a predictably safe choice.

In France they search for French, and in Germany they opt for German. In fact, in most of the European countries the searches are by nationality. Except Austria, which goes for German.

College is also a very popular choice. But that might be because students, or people of student age, are using the wrong kind of search engine. µ

 

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