Dirty Porn Facts “They” Don’t Want You to Know

No, it’s not the latest book from Kevin Trudeau, but rather a collection of statistics gathered from porn friends and foes alike. It’s no secret the porn industry is HUGE and always has been. Prior to the Internet there’s really no telling how big it was, but thanks to technology we now have all these filthy facts on how big it IS…

With every single word you are about to read, thousands of people are jacking-off to online porn — approximately 28,258 every second. Think about that, by the time you’re done reading this, the entire population of a major U.S. city will have blown their load into their cum socks. That’s like 37 gallons of fresh jizz every second — over three million gallons a day — enough to fill a football field ten-feet deep!

The porn industry is estimated to be a $97 BILLION industry, growing steadily at about 14% per year. (It would be much bigger if not for all the “free porn”). That’s more income than the combined revenues of ABC, NBC, and CBS combined; even more than the NFL, NBA, and MLB combined.

Every second of every day, $3,075.64 is blown on online porn in the U.S., with 40 million Americans regularly visiting more than 42 million porn websites, spending an average of 15 minutes on each. That’s more people watching internet porn every month than Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu combined. More than 5 BILLION hours of porn will be streamed this year — the equivalent of 524,000 years spent watching smut.

35% of all internet downloads are porn-related.

25% of all search engine requests are for porn.

Porn websites make up “only” 12% of ALL websites, yet generate 20% of ALL e-commerce sales in the U.S.

Men are four times more likely to watch online porn than women, however the percentage of women watching it has grown from under 10% to 26% worldwide since 2013. This is due mainly to the fact that viewership of FEMALE-FRIENDLY porn has grown 2000% in that time.

70% of men aged 18–24 visit porn websites at least once a month.

52% of all online porn consumers in the U.S. are 35–49 years old.

1.7% of ALL adult women have worked in the porn industry at some point in their lives.

And finally, a recent survey reported by LifePlan.org — an anti-porn Christian website — claims that 50% of Christian men and 20% of Christian women are ‘addicted to porn.’ That means in a church with 100 adults, twenty-five men and ten women have a dirty little secret.

If you think for a second that the porn industry is going anywhere anytime soon, you’re in for a rude awakening because another 5,086,440 people just blew a big fat load all over your assumption.

Call it Bukkapitalism.

—SM

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