At the end of every year, legitimate companies and other organizations typically release an annual report that details what happened in the last 365 days. These reports usually contain numbers, statistics, charts, figures, and breakdowns of the past year, and then what the company projects for the upcoming year.

Unfortunately, giant porn websites have become so mainstream that they are beginning to do the same. In their seemingly never ending effort to normalize pornography in society, PornHub collects detailed analytics from their site and releases a “year in review” containing all the information. But instead of talking about annual goals, money donated, or environmental contributions, PornHub reports on things like “Favorite Porn Star”, “Most Popular Search Terms”, and “Average Time Spent Ver Visit”. In response to Pornhub’s year in review numbers, we recently talked about the disturbing genre that was their number one most popularly searched term on their site in 2015.

These analytics are not only unsettling, but they also show the extreme growth that the epidemic of pornography is currently experiencing (over 21 billion visits last year to the site) and the money-making machine that literally celebrates in making this harmful problem in society even worse.

Check out this summary of their mind-blowing stats from 2015:

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Now, as shocking as all that information is, want to know which one we found most interesting?

Take a second look, at this section in particular, where Pornhub releases the most commented word on its porn:

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Wow.

Now how ironic is that?

Right amongst words that we had to blur out because of their explicit and graphic nature, the most common word in porn site comment sections is the word ‘love’. How ironic (and disturbing) is it that one of the main places that you get the furthest from real love is where the word pops up the most in people’s online conversations? Now, granted, we realize that the word is probably being used in a much different context than we should associate ‘love’ with, but does that make it okay? Does it make it okay that this word, which is meant to describe selfless devotion and loyal adoration is the most common word on a site that shows nothing but the most warped and twisted version of it?

We don’t think so. We know that real love is something that should be cherished, valued, and not cheapened by fake imitations like porn.

When it boils right down to it, porn is just a cheap counterfeit of what love really is: complete and total respect and care for another individual. You think that’s what these porn site visitors are feeling for what they’re watching? Not even close. Selfish desire and objectifying the human body is most definitely not love. It is actually the furthest thing from it.

And maybe if this image below was the message that was getting 21 billion views per year, society would be in a lot better place:

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What YOU Can Do

If you are pro-love and anti-porn, SHARE this article and get the word out that you’re not cool with the cheap imitation that is being sold to society.