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This Is The Most Watched Porn In Canada

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This Is The Most Watched Porn In Canada

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Canadians love their porn as much as people in any other country, and it's always interesting to see exactly what porn-watching trends your fellow countrymen have. Thanks to Pornhub's new breakdown on Canadians' porn watching habits, we can do exactly that. The overview focuses a lot of its attention on Quebec, as Pornhub is a Montreal based company, but it still gives us a lot of interesting information about the rest of Canada's porn-watching habits.

It would appear that "MILF Lisa Ann" is the most popular porn search in Canada. In fact, MILFs in general are one of the three most popular types of porn searches, along with Lesbian, and Teen. (Lesbian is number one over all, and is particularly popular in Ontario, Quebec, and Nunavut. Not really sure what to say about that).

The data also shows that porn watching tends to decrease on Canada day, and during hockey games (that is so Canadian), although, for some reason, Pornhub's traffic actually goes up during Thanksgiving.

There's a lot of really interesting infographics on the site, and my personal favourite is the international breakdown of the boobs vs. butts debate. Looks like Canada is decidedly on team "boobs," while much of the rest of the world favours butts. Check it out below.

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