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For years, the GSS has asked: Have you viewed pornography in the past year?During the decade before the Internet, (1987-1997), 32 percent of men answered yes.
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• 56 percent of divorces involve one spouse (almost always the man) having an obsessive interest in online porn.
• Compared with faithful spouses, adulterers are more than twice as likely to be regular viewers of online porn.
For comparison, estimates that Psychology attracts 1.1 million visitors a month, mostly women.) Ogas and Gaddam also tracked worldwide web searches from July 2009 to July 2010. Finally, they interviewed officials at the major search engines about the prevalence of porn searches. So somewhere between 4 and 15 percent of Web use involves porn.
Crunching these numbers, Ogas and Gaddam estimate that porn accounts for around 10 percent of the Internet.
, one of the puppet characters strikes it rich in online porn and leads the cast in the show’s most rollicking song, “The Internet Is For Porn.” Is it? Some commentators, notably social/religious conservatives and companies selling “net nanny” filtering software, claim that the Internet is so awash in porn that exposure to X-rated material is virtually unavoidable.
Others, mostly academic researchers, concede that while a plethora of porn is just a click away for free, X-rated images account for only a modest proportion of sites, searches, and views.
In the dozen years after (1998-2010), the figure was 34 percent, an increase of just 2 percent.