In a study that raises eyebrows on why it was done in the first place, scientists were comparing the views of men who have never been exposed to pornography with regular people. But in the first place, they couldn't find any single participant who's not watched porn before. A funny statement from the scientists:
“We started our research seeking men in their 20s who had never consumed
pornography,” said Professor Simon Louis Lajeunesse. “We couldn't find any.”
Turns out everyone working in the lab is an avid porn user. The research goes on to say that 90% of porn is consumed over the internet while another 10% is from video stores. Of course that's very conservative to think like that. I'd assume 200% is consumed over the Internet.
Is this the nature of the beast? That we're so drawn to the act of sex that we enjoy watching others while letting our imaginations run wild while matching our own image of sexuality to it? I would think so.
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