For the Second Year In A Row Black, Latino and Bareback Most Searched For Gay Porn Terms

New research has revealed what each state in America is most into when they’re looking to get their rocks off, and the results are quite revealing to say the least.

There’s a few trends going on when it comes to categories such as “twinks” and “Latinos,” but then things start to get a bit  odd when you spot the likes of “tickle” and “doctor”.

Who knew tickling was such a turn on?

Take a look at the full trend map below courtesy of Pornhub:

 

Going by your own search terms – where would you live if you were from America? Tell us on social media.

While gay porn searches only make up 6.3 percent of Pornhub’s traffic, gay porn remains one of the most uploaded to categories of all time on the site.

Via Vice:

So why is black gay porn one of the most viewed categories on Pornhub, America's most popular porn emporium (empornium)? And why is it that, across the country, most guys are seeking out anything but your standard twink?
These insights are gleaned from, appropriately enough, the latest, gayest edition of Pornhub Insights, a regularly-released collection of data from the online porn juggernaut. According to Pornhub, in data exclusive to VICE, this year's most popular categories for gay content across the country are "black" and "straight guys." That's the same as it was last year. And a variety of other conclusions mined from the site's trove of user data may have you rethinking what you know about what gets gay dudes titillated.

It's well known that more gay porn is viewed in the South than anywhere else in the US, something this year's findings backed up yet again—Mississippi, Louisiana and Georgia came in at numbers one, three and and four for states with most pageviews of Pornhub's gay content. But what's truly shocking are each state's most popular relative search terms, those that are disproportionately popular in certain areas of the country. For instance, "Mormon" is the most popular term in Utah and Idaho, where more Mormons live. "Cowboy" is most popular in Montana, where cowboy culture is alive and well. "Dominican" is most popular in New York, where almost half of the entire Dominican population in the US lives. "Asian" is most popular in California, which has the largest Asian population in the country. "Redneck" is the most popular term in Kentucky and West Virginia. I'm not making any assumptions about the people that live there, just stating a fact.

The trend seems to be that gay people aren't necessarily fantasizing about college-aged twinks—they're lusting after the kinds of people they see every day, whether that's guys who get on their knees to worship Joseph Smith, know how to ride a bucking bronco, or can neck a redneck. We all have crushes on our neighbors, no matter their color, creed, or culture they hail from.