Ghana Is Ranked 2nd Behind Nigeria As World Most Viewed Pornography Countries – According To Porn Hub

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Ghana Is Ranked 2nd Behind Nigeria As World Most Viewed Pornography Countries – According To Porn Hub

A new ranking of the top countries that stream pornography on PornHub the most has been published.

Interestingly, the so-called religious countries like Nigeria, Ghana and Egypt lead the pack as they hungrily satisfy their carnality by hopping to this website all the time.


On this popular porn website, users often narrow their searches to the significant keyword BBW (Big Beautiful Women) and that has formed the basis for the statistics to be released.


Pornhub is a Canadian-owned internet pornography website. It is one of several pornographic video-streaming websites owned by Mindgeek. As of June 2020, Pornhub is the 10th most trafficked website in the world and the third most-trafficked adult website after XVideos and XNXX.


Pornhub was launched in Montreal, Canada, in 2007. Pornhub also has an office and servers in Limassol, Cyprus. In March 2010, the company was bought by MindGeek (known then as Manwin), which owns numerous other pornographic websites.


The site is available internationally but has been blocked by some individual countries such as India, mainland China, the Philippines, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It offers virtual reality porn, amongst other products, and hosts the Pornhub Awards annually (Wikipedia).
See the full list of 25 countries that visit this adult-rated website the most;

In a related development, the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has said that preventing children from watching pornographic content is an infringement on the rights of the children.


According to the reports, which is based on the conclusion of a European study of 19 EU countries. The reports produced from these countries report that most children who watch pornography were “neither upset nor happy”. The UNICEF report says 39% of Spanish children were happy after watching pornography.


The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) or UN children’s Fund reports has said that the government policy protects children from harmful, abusive, and violent content online.


The 2020 EU Kids Online Study inferred that some children and young people “intentionally seek out sexual content” for different reasons. And that these sexual images might provide answers to questions about puberty and sexual identity.


But anti-porn organizations disagree with the UNICEF data because it overlooks the harms of pornography to children. According to Lisa Thompson, vice president and director of the Research Institute at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, “UNICEF’s report ignores the vast body of research demonstrating the harms of pornography to children. By ignoring the real harms pornography can have, UNICEF is playing roulette with children’s health and safety.

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