09-24-2018 04:55:43 PM -0700
09-24-2018 03:18:10 PM -0700
09-24-2018 07:32:54 AM -0700
09-24-2018 06:49:20 AM -0700
09-23-2018 08:15:54 PM -0700
It looks like you've previously blocked notifications. If you'd like to receive them, please update your browser permissions.
Desktop Notifications are  | 
Get instant alerts on your desktop.
Turn on desktop notifications?
Remind me later.
PJ Media encourages you to read our updated PRIVACY POLICY and COOKIE POLICY.
X


Stretch, grab a late afternoon cup of caffeine and get caught up on the most important news of the day with our Coffee Break newsletter. These are the stories that will fill you in on the world that's spinning outside of your office window - at the moment that you get a chance to take a breath.
Sign up now to save time and stay informed!

Report: Women Flocking to Gay Porn

A girl or woman using a computer in a darkened room.

Or at least that's what they want us to believe. NBC has published an article claiming that tons of women feel marginalized and intimidated by regular porn so they've gone over to gay porn. It seems like NBC failed to interview any women who didn't identify as gay, bisexual, or weren't women's studies majors, however. The findings were based on a non-scientific poll done by Pornhub at the request of that vaunted scientific magazine, Cosmopolitan. When Cosmo isn't publishing "20 Ways to Sexually Arouse Yourself on Public Transportation," they're making up polls to make women look even more ridiculous than usual. Pornhub claims that 26 percent of its users are women. We don't know how many of those are women who have XY chromosomes, but I'm guessing it's the 37 percent of them who claim they watch gay porn. 

Perhaps not surprisingly, a feminist researcher, Lucy Neville, took these statistics and wrote a book about it called Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys.

According to NBC, "Neville interviewed and surveyed more than 500 women over five years for the project." It seems like none of them are normies with more than a few identifying as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and gender fluid. One of the interviewees said straight porn is "dehumanizing" and that it didn't seem to her that the women were "having a good time." While that may be true, the gay porn industry suffers from the same problems as the straight porn industry. There is no way to tell who is being exploited and who is a willing participant. The BBC just reported a gay porn scandal last week in Florida:

Bryan Deneumostier, from Florida, had uploaded "non-consensual recordings" to a pornography site called StraightBoyz, the US Department of Justice alleged. The website offered its subscribers videos of "real straight men" in sexual situations with other men...It said Mr Deneumostier had posed as a heterosexual woman on sites such as Craigslist in order to lure men to his house. He then "allegedly recorded his sexual encounters with them, and then caused these videos to be posted on one or more websites" without their consent, according to the US Department of Justice .

Basically, the women (probably recent college grads) reporting that gay porn is kinder and friendlier are simply virtue signaling to their like-minded peer groups because everything gay makes them the popular kids while everything straight is to be denigrated and made abnormal.

Gay porn star Justin Washington, aka "Snow Bunni," could teach them a few things about reality. As he says in the sobering video below, "not everything that looks great is good at all." Justin contracted HIV and suffered for working in the porn industry.