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@1: yes we do.
It means we've moved on from searching for masturbation material to searching for hookups with other human beings. Check out the growth in Craigslist's "casual encounters" section.
You must be the porn you want to see in the world.
Agree with Dan. People don't need to search for porn anymore, they just know where to go. Even if you're looking for a very specific type of porn, there are sites that list hundreds of different categories of porn (gigagalleries.com comes to mind).
@5: So was Ghandi advocating narcissism?
You mean you actually have to search for porn.
Working in a gay porn store for seven years, I can tell my interest has waned. Don't get me wrong ... I love porn & it's broaden my sexual horizons beyond the narrow scope I had many years ago.
When you've seen every type of (legal) porn out there, it's pretty dull.
I have been searching the social networking sites more to connect w/ people w/ similar interests in me in a more cerebral level.
I haven't read that book, but based on the article quotes, that guy sounds like a horrible analyst. The percent of searches changing is NOT the same as the total number of searches changing. You can't say "it was 20% then and 10% now, so therefore there's less searches". If, hypothetically, there are ten times more searches overall now, then that's still more porn searches, they just make up a smaller overall proportion.
A PERCENT change could easily have to do with Internet demographics changing. It could just be that there are now a lot of teen and tween girls on myspace, and very few of them are searching for porn.
Every one knows what Google does with the search data...
@1 haha not bad.
@5 - is that another plug for HUMP submissions?!
I'm too depressed to whack off these days.
The 18-24 year olds aren't searching for porn because they're too busy making it.
I have used the internet for porn since 1986 (i.e. since before the "web" existed). In that time I have used a search engine to find porn at most two times. I have always been leery of giving Google (and its ancestors) information about my pervy desires.
Despite never using a search engine to find porn between 10-50% of my internet time is spent on porn. This basically varies depending on how much time I spend online, the time I spend on porn stays constant for the most part.
This is my way of saying his methodology is flawed.
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