Pornhub Sees Massive 102 % uptick In Users Searching For ‘Golden Shower’ Videos after Buzzfeed allegation about Donald Trump

There is no doubt that the world loves kinky and sordid stuff. Just after BuzzFeed leveled unsubstantiated allegations against President-elect Donald Trump for indulging in kinky stuff, users rushed off to Pornhub to search for the stuff that Trump has been accused of doing. According to the unsubstantiated post on BuzzFeed, Trump allegedly has a fondness for hiring escorts to partake in urine-based sex acts called ‘Golden Shower.’ As soon as BuzzFeed made those allegations, people turned to the internet to know exactly what Golden Shower meant.

While some asked Google about Golden shower many went straight to Pornhub to search for Golden Shower videos. They also searched for “watersports”, “piss-play” and other popular fetishes.

PornHub insights

According to Pornhub Insights which collates data about Pornhub visitors and their search preferences, video searches for  “golden shower” increased by 102% (compared to the usual daily average) and that searches for “watersports” increased by over 70%. Other popular related terms included “piss”, “pissing” and “pee”. Meanwhile, “watersports” ranked 6th overall. men over the age of 65, according to a Pornhub graph compiled on the term.

Data collected by Pornhub regarding "golden showers."

Most Golden Shower searches came from men over the age of 65, according to a Pornhub graph compiled on the term. Proportionately, men are 24% more likely to search than women, while teenagers were lowest to search the term.

According to Pornhub, Europe led the race for Golden Shower video search, followed by Australia, Switzerland, and Germany. Users based in Russia are the 5th most likely country to be looking for videos featuring golden showers, it added.

Across the US, golden showers seem to be more popular in northern states. Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts proportionately search more often, while popularity is much lower down south in Hawaii, Mississippi, Texas and California, the research said.

BuzzFeed has been publishing anti-Trump articles since Trump announced his candidature for President elections. The latest allegations which weren’t backed by any proof have, however, surprised even the fervent left libbies. Donald Trump denied the accusations this week during his first press conference since winning the Presidential race.

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