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How Many People are on Porn Sites Right Now? (Hint: It’s a Lot.)

Gone are the days when people hid their Playboy magazines under the mattress—we’ve now in a society where porn is the norm.

APRIL 5, 2022

Fight the New Drug

Gone are the days when people hid their Playboy magazines under the mattress—we’ve now in a society where porn is the norm.
Back in the day, in order to access porn, you had to buy a magazine from a store or rent a tape from the adult section of a sketchy video store.

Now, the most hardcore images imaginable are only clicks away for anyone with access to the internet. No matter the consumer’s age or background, porn is more available, affordable, accessible, and anonymous than ever before. In other words, a lot of people are watching a lot more porn.

So how many people are on porn sites right now? How many people watch porn?

Well, according to global website traffic data from Statista, the top 3 porn sites in the world receive a combined 5.81 billion website visits per month.1

That means there are about 134,491 new website visits per minute—just on those 3 websites. Plus, website traffic tools suggest that visitors to porn sites tend to spend about 18 minutes on the site each time they visit.2

All in all, that means there are about 2.4 million people on the top 3 porn sites every minute
Porn stats
It’s no secret that porn sites are getting a lot of traffic, but just how much porn—and what types of porn—are people watching? Here are just a few stats on the state of porn:

Today, porn sites receive more website traffic in the U.S. than Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Netflix, Pinterest, and Zoom combined.3
According to site data from 2019, in the time it takes you to read this article, Pornhub will have recorded more than 200,000 visits
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Pornhub estimates that in 2019, 12,500 gigabytes of porn were uploaded to the site every minute—enough to fill the memories of every smartphone in the world.5
Enough porn was watched in 2016 on this one website that all the data would fill 194,000,000 USB sticks. If you put the USB sticks end to end, they’d wrap all the way around the moon.6
According to a 2021 study, 1 out of every 8 porn titles shown to first-time visitors to porn sites described acts of sexual violence.7
“Teen” is the most common word used in porn titles.8
In 2017 alone, Pornhub got 28.5 billion visits. That’s almost 1,000 visits a second, or 78.1 million a day—way more than the population of the entire United Kingdom. That number jumped to 42 billion site visits in 2019.910
In 2016, 91,980,225,000 videos were watched on Pornhub. In 2018, that number jumped to more than 109,012,068,000. That’s over 14 videos watched for every person on the entire planet.1112
More than 5,824,699,200 hours of porn were watched on Pornhub in 2019 alone. That’s equal to almost 665 centuries of content consumed in 1 year, on just one porn site.13
“Lesbian,” “teen,” “stepmom,” “mom,” and “step sister” have all topped the charts as some of the most searched terms on the site for the last 6 years, at least.

We don’t share these stats to scare anyone, we share to shine a light on the reality of popular and normalized it is.

The magnitude of porn
Today, porn’s effects have permeated nearly every aspect of our lives.

Technology has changed not only the content of porn, but also how, when, and at what age people begin consuming it. Studies show that most young people are exposed to porn by age 13,14 and according to a nationally representative survey of U.S. teens, 84.4% of 14-18 year-old males and 57% of 14-18 year-old females have viewed pornography.15 And for adults, an estimated 91.5% of men and 60.2% of women report that they’ve consumed porn in the past month.16

In analytics released by popular porn site Pornhub a couple of years ago, women are 113% more likely to search the term “hardcore” than men. They are also over 105% more likely to seek out more intense genres of porn like “gangbang” and “rough sex.”

Why this matters
Research and countless personal accounts have shown that exposure to pornography—especially on young, developing brains—has the potential to lead to unhealthy habits with toxic consequences.

Gone are the days when people hid their Playboy magazines under the mattress—we’re now in a society where porn is part of the cultural landscape. It’s clear how this shift in society harms consumers and relationships, so we are doing something about it. Speak up, and speak out that porn isn’t harmless or healthy.
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"Research and countless personal accounts have shown that exposure to pornography—especially on young, developing brains—has the potential to lead to unhealthy habits with toxic consequences."

"Gone are the days when people hid their Playboy magazines under the mattress—we’re now in a society where porn is part of the cultural landscape. It’s clear how this shift in society harms consumers and relationships, so we are doing something about it. Speak up, and speak out that porn isn’t harmless or healthy."
This is all just purest, moronic B.S.: "...[H]as the potential to lead to unhealthy habits and toxic consequences"? What "research"?--just B.S.

"It's clear how this shift...harms consumers and relationships,...."--more idiot B.S.--HOW is it "clear"?--what's the evidence, what are the citations or ref.s?

"...[P]orn isn't harmless or healthy"?--just more B.S. in a B.S. -filled article.

If it was snuff films, or something like that, then yes, that would be anti-social and disturbing. Child-porn is also quite questionable, but the usual sort of commercial porn to be had at Pornhub or suchlike sites is just passe', and if there's anything wrong w. it, those who assert need to prove their case w. specific arguments--and no one has been able to do more than just make idiot assertions.

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