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“For every search women make about a partner’s phallus,” Stephens-Davidowitz writes, “men make roughly 170 searches about their own.” In addition, women’s concerns about penis size are often the opposite of what men fear, as “more than 40 percent of complaints about a partner’s penis size say that it’s too big.” The second-most common search by men, Stephens-Davidowitz found, is “how to make their sexual encounters longer.” But here too, their concerns conflict with women’s, as “there are roughly the same number of searches asking how to make a boyfriend climax more quickly as climax more slowly.” Of course, Google searches reveal that women too have their own body hang-ups — but their concerns have changed over time.
In addition to anonymous information about Google searches, he has “downloaded all of Wikipedia, pored through Facebook profiles,” and even received the complete (though anonymous) search and video view data from the popular porn site Porn Hub.
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“A shocking number of people visiting mainstream porn sites are looking for portrayals of incest,” Stephens-Davidowitz writes, noting that 16 of the top 100 searches from men seek “incest-themed videos.” The number is fewer for women but still an unnerving nine out of every 100.
According to official surveys, married men and women each report having sex about once a week.