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By King Christopher (radio show host)
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Published April 22, 2013

Porn for Women

By King Christopher

 

 

They always emphasize that men are the ones who buy 90% of pornography. For the sake of argument lets say the numbers are true! So lets clear the air on who's buying porn, and how women get their porn fix just like everyone else. I'll explain how women's porn is very different opposed men's and how the pen is mightier than the penis. Even though men like to watch porno (in shame) women can get it from a lot more acceptable places.

 

 

 

Do men really buy the most porn?

 

The answer is YES and NO. The reason it looks like men buy all the porn is because women don't actually pay for it. For example, if you have a couple looking to buy porn videos and sex toys, she sends the man in the store to buy it. Kind of like how women never pay for drinks, they don't pay for porn either.

 

 

 

Women's porn vs. Men's

Unlike men, women can read their porn in public. When you see an adult video store it looks like a prison with a concrete wall around it, treated like criminal activity. As a man you would be kicked out, fired from your job or arrested for viewing porn in public. Women can also get away with carrying around sex toys, but for a man, can you imagine the social consequences of getting caught with a rubber vagina?

 

 

Where women get it

The day spa:

Women get the same enjoyment from a day spa as much as men do from a strip-club.

 

Beauty Magazines:

Women enjoy beauty mags because they like looking at other women just as much as a men. Opposed to men's magazines that are filled with hot women, you don't see any good looking men in popular beauty magazines. So men want to look at women and women want to look at women.

 

 

Books:

Women read their porn and It's called romance novels. Men have to look but women just need a book. It looks like she's just reading a book in a coffee shop but some romance novels are so graphic that it would probably be against the law to make into a actual movie.

 

 

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