Your Girlfriend Is Watching Porn Without You Right Now

Tracy Moore

Do you care?

The act of busting someone watching porn has always had a pretty clear hierarchy: Fathers and mothers busts sons, girlfriends and wives bust boyfriends and husbands — but do husbands and boyfriends ever bust girlfriends and wives? That might have once been a statistical rarity, purely because we’ve long thought women don’t watch porn. But if that was ever the case, it isn’t any longer. One 2015 survey by Marie Claire of 3,000 womenfound that one in three said they watch porn at least once a week. And of those some 30 percent watching, 66 percent said they do it alone because it’s about exploring their sexuality “unencumbered by a partner.”

New data from Pornhub finds that 80 percent of lady traffic to the site comes from women watching porn on their smartphones. Which raises some questions: Are women just better secret porn-watchers? Are men blissfully ignorant? Are women watching porn while they poop? Or do men just think women watching porn is super hot, so there’s nothing to bust, only cause for celebration? Let’s ask the internet.

For important context, it’s worth noting that if you search for how often women bust their partners jerking it, you will find over a million results. To be clear, these are outliers — women who find their partners watching porn and are excited and/or indifferent don’t need to take to the internet to say so in as great of numbers. But there’s an entire industry of advice for women who are upset by porn in dealing with or embracing their male partners’ porn use. Such advice ranges from accepting that he just meets his needs better this way (and is maybe addicted) to working through the idea that your otherwise perfection relationship is suddenly not so perfect, and how to deal with the trauma. There’s even an eight-step wikiHow on how to accept your boyfriend’s porn use. There is, however no such entry on how to accept your girlfriend’s (though there is one on how to get her to want to have sex with you). This is to say nothing of the dozens and dozens of books out there on how porn is destroying us — and by “us” they typically mean “men.”

By contrast, look for posts about men upset by their female partners’ porn use, and there are only a handful. One woman posted on Yahoo Answers that her husband was upset to find her watching porn because he thinks it’s “degrading to women.” Another poster on the site said her boyfriend said it’s “disrespectful” of her to watch porn. “My girlfriend looks at porn and it bothers me,” is another such post. It reads:

I have caught my girlfriend looking at porn a while ago, and I had a talk with her about it. I told her it bothers me. She said she would stop looking for me, but now I am curious once and a while and I look at her browsing history. When I went out of town for a week last month, I seen that she had being going at it again. While I can understand she is lonely and stuff, why does she do it otherwise? There is some history that she was watching videos recently and it bothers me.

One user chimes in with reassurance: “Not a big deal,” she writes. “Half the stuff that turns her on could be something you can put to go use in bed. A lot of women watch porn. She’s not running off cheating on you, she’s just horny like any red blooded human being.”…

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