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World’s biggest porn site reveals new data on sexual behaviour

The salacious sex statistics show we’re an intriguing lot.
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Information collected by the one of the world’s most popular porn sites has revealed some eye-opening insights into our online sexual appetites.

Pornhub, which boasts around 75 million visits to its site each day, has amassed data on such a scale that New York Magazine is heralding it “the Kinsey Report of our time”.

And the data gathered from its 10 million videos has revealed some very intriguing insights.

The data from the pornsite show millennials tastes tend toward cosplay. Photo: Getty Images

Pornhub’s stats show that digitally-inclined millennials are big cos play fans, and in case you’re wondering what that is, it’s dressing up in costume as a favourite fantasy character.

Interestingly, current world events have also been linked to related topics searched for on the the site.

Donald Trump

Donald Trump winning the US election spiked surge in traffic to the site. Photo: Getty Images

Last year, following the death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, the site claims searches related to “Cuban maid” spiked. [Trump’s US election victory](http://www.nowtolove.co.nz/news/real-life/donald-trump-has-been-elected-president-of-the-united-states-24423

-) also had an effect on the on numbers, with data showing a 10 per cent surge.

At the more salacious end of things, after rumours emerged the president may have been involved in a “pee tape”, searches for related sexual behaviour jumped to a whopping 289 per cent.

Kim Kardashian’s robbery in Paris last year became a popular search subject on the site. Photo: Getty Images

The New York Magazine reports Kim Kardashian’s robbery was also a popular subject, with “burglar” becoming the second-fastest search category on the site.

Certain days of the year were also interesting in terms of those visiting the site.

Christmas Eve noted a 45 per cent drop, but an increase to 34 per cent above average on Christmas morning was reported.

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