Scientists Fail to Find Male Who Hasn't Watched Porn

December 2, 2009

A scientific study has inadvertently proved that literally all men watch porn. Like they needed a study to prove that.

A study into the effects of pornography on men had to be abandoned after scientists couldn’t find any men who had never watched porn. Scientists at the University of Montreal, Canada, had hoped to explore “the impact of pornography on the sexuality of men, and how it shapes their perception of men and women.” They set about creating two control groups, one made up of guys who watched porn and the other made up of guys who had never viewed any pornographic material.

The study was quickly dumped when scientists couldn’t find a single dude who had never watched a dirty film. “We started our research seeking men in their twenties who had never consumed pornography, said Professor Simon Louis Lajeunesse. “But we couldn't find any." The researchers decided to change their research topic and instead focus on the habits of young men who used pornography.

Early results from that study show that single men watch more porn that guys in relationships (duh!). On average single men watch 40 minutes of porn, three times a week, while those in relationships watch 20 minutes, 1.7 times a week. The study also found that 90 percent of pornography consumption is done online (duh, again!).

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