Egyptians Prefer Camels Feb 6, 2015 23:42:48 GMT -5
Post by Graveyardbride on Feb 6, 2015 23:42:48 GMT -5
Egyptians prefer camels
Dr. Ogi Ogas has studied over a billion x-rated online search terms searching for trends in what turns us on. Bestiality was one of the more controversial areas which Ogas and fellow researcher Sai Gaddam investigated in their study A Billion Wicked Thoughts. Here’s what they found:
Different nations prefer different animals. Orgas’ research reveals certain animals are more popular in some countries than in others. His data research was by topic rather than by nationality, but he told the Mirror that while he was compiling his statistics, it emerged that people in different countries searched more for specific animals.
Americans and Australians love dogs. Americans were most likely to look for bestiality porn featuring dogs. Around the entire world, dogs was the number one most-cited animal in sex searches.
Britons prefer ponies. Brits were most likely to look for pony porn. Globally, horses were the second most searched for animals in bestiality porn.
Egyptians go for camels. Egyptians expressed more interest in an animal that’s characteristic of their country – Muslims aren’t dog-lovers.
What they say about Kiwis is true. People in New Zealand were most interested in sheep. Yes, the jokes are true – at least according to this analysis.
It's not just a fad – people are really into bestiality. Bestiality is not just a passing curiosity, Ogas says. For some people, porn with animals is a long-term interest – something they search for again and again. About half of those who searched for bestiality, searched for it more than once. This makes it similar to a topic that people return to again and again – like NBA basketball.
Source: Anna Leach, The Mirror, February 5, 2015.