7 WILD-CRAZY Things You NEVER Knew About Women And Porn

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Things You Never Knew About Porn For Women
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Fascinating.

What you probably need more of in your life, even if you don't realize it, is porn. Yes, porn. If you're not watching porn, then you're missing out. In fact, you're not just missing out, but you're in the minority, because 55 percent of women watch porn at least once a month.

With porn for ladies becoming more popular than ever, Dusk!, a Holland-based television provider, gives women exactly what they're looking for: Porna. Porna is the "first and only adult TV product where content must meet the approval of women." Basically, your porn quality is finally going to meet your internal quota of what's awesome.

But before you start thinking this panel will be made up entirely of fake boobs, clear Lucite platform heels, and ladies of the night, open your mind and breathe. Dusk!'s panel is about all women and what all these different women, wives, moms, professionals of all realms, and career ladies alike want to see in their pornography.

With the input of these women in their pockets, after hours upon hours of film viewing, Dusk! gets down to what you really want and, of course, it's a far cry from what dudes find hot. So before you sign up and become one of the 30 million people to have access to lady-approved porn, here are some things you probably didn't know about women and porn.

1. Porn improves women's sex lives.

Whether it's inspiration from what's going on in front of them, or just a break from the norm, 96 percent of women enjoy watching porn with their partners. Of those ladies, 58 percent swear it improves their sex lives. It's not like you’re going to get tips on how to do Reverse Cowgirl with utter pizzazz and perfect precision by watching reruns of Friends.

2. Women prefer words to visual stimulation.

If you're watching porn and it's just not doing it for you, then it might be time to change your medium. Women, being far less visual than men, would rather get their jollies from written erotica. Not only does the female brain love some character development to go with those handcuffs, but romance novels and fan fiction are the most popular way for women to get turned on.

3. Women prefer softcore porn over the hard stuff.

When given the choice between hardcore and soft porn, 73 percent chose the softer stuff as opposed to that gang-bang craziness that seems to get men all hot and bothered. This isn't to suggest that we're opposed to like rough stuff, but it does prove that our imagination goes a lot further. Soft porn allows for more literary license in our brains and we like that.

4. Women are closeted freaks.

Women are curious. We not only like to see other women, other penises, but what exactly is going on in the bedrooms of other people, albeit porn stars, but you know what I mean. As Susannah Breslin pointed out on The Frisky, for a lot of women it's fun to comparison shop and gawk. Besides, how does she get her legs behind her head like that? Is she related to Gumby?

5. Seeing "facials" turn women off like nobody's business.

Despite the cultural myth of the bukkake and women in porn all but begging for men to come on their faces, facials aren't something for which women care. The women's erotica site Sssh.com, through extensive research, found that 87 percent of women do not EVER want to watch a "facial" in a porn. In the most basic of terms, if women had boners, they would die at the mere image of another woman with semen on her face.

6. Women like to make their own porn.

A survey found that 40 percent of women have not only made their own porn with their partner, but 66 percent of them did so on a smartphone. Not exactly the best idea, but if you’re not a celebrity, you probably don't have to worry about your phone being hacked.

7. Women are just as susceptible to porn addiction.

I don't know the last time I saw a female celebrity admit to sex addiction, but that doesn't mean it's not happening. Although the percentage may be lower than men, at 17 percent, women can become just as addicted to porn. Why? Because we're just as sexual as men, in case you didn't get the memo.

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