I’ve been getting a lot of questions recently regarding where the adult industry stands in terms of statistical numbers. Now, when I personally think about porn, I think about Richard Avery being his silly self, Lexi Belle talking dirty to the camera, and Bobbi Starr expertly fucking the brains out of a submissive who clearly didn’t know what they were getting themselves into. But I get it – different strokes for different blokes. Some get turned on by leather, while others get off on mathematics, statistics, and numbers! So, with the help of Dr. Neil Malamuth, here are some awesome pornography facts you may want to keep stored in that devilish brain of yours…
Sex is the most researched word on the Internet (this comes as no surprise). But did you know that 12% of all websites, 25% of all search engine requests, and 35% of all downloads are pornographic in nature? Every second there are 28,258 people using porn and 72% of these users are men (ladies, we need to change this). There are 372 million porn web pages and 89% of these are produced in the United States alone. And every day, there are 266 new porn sites – none of which come even close to the amazing Juliland Universe we’ve created. But, this is perhaps most mind-blowing – the United States revenue from pornography in 2006 was an astounding 2.84 billion dollars. Do you realize how much lingerie, steak, and chocolate I could buy with that kind of money?
But what two events in recent history are most responsible for the unstoppable uprise of pornography? Believe it or not my Juliland darlings, the Internet and the attacks on 911. In 2001, the Bush regime wanted to prosecute pornography cases and create fear within the pornography industry. But when 911 occurred, the administration decided to remove that from the agenda in order to focus on the war.
A decade later, the Juliland lair is more productive than ever, focusing on the curves and swerves of sexy vixens like Aiden Ashley and Ash Hollywood. On behalf of all the staff and the grrls, you are very welcome.
This is what i think of the future of Porn (“Adult Movies”)
I’m not in the industry so bare with me, but exposure is up world wide but sales flat do to the web and it’s free bees and extra competition.
Porn will finally go Hollywood main stream by that i mean the mixing of porn stars with “A list stars” in ” A” list movies that has any form of sexual overtone (the best of both worlds climaxing together ) and visa versa.
The acting in porn is laughable (sex scenes excluded) but improving, overall a very positive future if you take acting lessons (no insults intended).
P.S. if you didn’t like my post , hate mail can be forwarded to BUSH.
I am also very very curious to see where industry goes as well! I know many people believe that success in the industry is measured by how much money you make, which obviously makes sense. But here at Juliland, we believe that our success is measured by how many people want to masturbate after they watch our videos ;)
I believe it’s going to head into live porn. First I blieve there will be sex suits such as the Sinulator which a web model controls from her end. She plays with a sex doll full of sensors and those sensations are transfered to the suit. Within 200 years I believe there will be something like the Cherry 2000. They will use long dead porn stars as models.
What the hell does “using porn” mean? Aside from some religious yahoos and their “Real men don’t USE PORN” lunacy. It prompted a friend to jokingly say “Yah I think I’ll go home and use some porn tonight”. Will adult material always be referred to as porn? To me people fucking is not porn. Violence toward and ill treatment of people ( and especially children and women) is porn. As is fucking women and shoving their heads in toilets or throwing them off boats. Well, I feel better (not really). Always nice of you to listen Juliland. Word to Bobbi!
Thank you for replying Dale! I agree with you when you say that “using porn” is a strange phrase…but at the same time, the ways in which people utilize porn are so different (and at times a bit out there), that simply saying that people “watch porn” is limiting in nature. In my eyes, pornography is an umbrella term, and I suppose women being fucked and then having their heads shoved into toilets would fall under ‘violent porn.’ Do I think that kind of porn should be promoted? No, not at all. That’s why I love Juliland :)