St. Patrick’s Day: Web Search For “Leprechaun” Porn Up 9325% Today

To celebrate the St. Pats holiday, the folks at Pornhub put together a report that looked at St. Patrick’s Day-themed search terms. Some things you might expect, others were a little eye-brow raising.

Not too surprisingly, searches with the word “Irish” were up an incredible 625%.

But here’s the real news – “Leprechaun” saw a 9325% increase compared to an average day.

Who knew there was Leprechaun porn?

Study shows Russians have keen appetite for anal sex pornography

In light of the recent anti-gay legislation and rhetoric coming out of Russia, I think it’s ironic to note that, according to mega-site PornHub, Russians apparently have quite the appetite for pornography featuring anal sex.

PornHub did not give any solid figures, saying only that “proportionally speaking, PornHub gets more requests for anal sex from Russia than any other country.”

Russia edged out the U.S., Canada, Britain and China on anal-related searches, according to the study, first published last week.

PornHub also compared the U.S. with countries it had military conflicts with, and found that America also lost out in terms of anal-related queries to Afghanistan, Iraq and World War II foes Germany and Italy.

But Japan, Vietnam and both Koreas were less keen on anal sex than the U.S., the study said.

You know the old saying – “Ye who protesteth the loudest, do it the mosteth!”

Americans watch web-porn longer than any other countries

Released earlier this week, the report — Pornhub’s “2013 Porn In Review”
— says that Americans spent an average of 10 minutes, 39 seconds on
the website every time they visited this past year. That’s a whole
minute longer than the average visit from porn lovers in the U.K., who
claimed the second spot on the list.

According to Pornhub, which is one of the Web’s largest porn sites,
people in Mississippi (11:47), Hawaii (11:36) and Arkansas (11:32) spent
the most time, per average session, watching porn on the site. In
contrast, residents of Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire had the
shortest porn-watching sessions.

According to the report, January was the most popular month and
Monday was the most popular day of the week for porn-viewing worldwide,
while August was found to be the least popular month and Sunday the
least popular day.

 (via Huffington Post)

Rick Santorum says he will ban pornography

Rick Santorum said that “America is suffering from a pandemic of harm from pornography,” and accused the Obama administration’s Justice Department of favoring “pornographers over children,” in a statement on his campaign website.

The former Pennsylvania senator argues that “current federal ‘obscenity’ laws prohibit distribution of hardcore [obscene] pornography on the Internet, on cable/satellite TV, on hotel/motel TV, in retail shops and through the mail or by common carrier.”

The statement said that if elected, Santorum would appoint an attorney general who would vigorously enforce federal obscenity laws.

“The Obama administration has turned a blind eye to those who wish to preserve our culture from the scourge of pornography and has refused to enforce obscenity laws,” the statement read in part. “While the Obama Department of Justice seems to favor pornographers over children and families, that will change under a Santorum administration.”

“A wealth of research is now available demonstrating that pornography causes profound brain changes in both children and adults, resulting in widespread negative consequences,” the statement noted.
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