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5 smart ways to find whatever porn you’re looking for

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Some things you just shouldn’t Google.

If you want to watch porn, there have never been more options for streaming sites, whether you’re looking for VR porn or porn in HD, but those sites don’t always have your back when it comes to search. While you can find the basics of what you’re looking for most of the time, specific quarries can lead to a frustrating lack of options. Searching Pornhub, for example, only shows you what’s on Pornhub, leaving you without the knowledge of what you might be missing out on. 

That’s why porn search engines are so useful. These sites let you browse blocks of sites at a time, keeping you from jumping back and forth between sites looking for a particular video. While there aren’t as many porn search engines as there are porn streaming sites, there are still enough options that sorting through them all can be daunting. Here are the best, or most popular, porn search options out there.

The best porn search engines

1. PornMD

PornMD didn’t earn its doctorate just from bragging. This search engine is designed to let you find the pornographic content of your dreams with surgical precision. Select whether you’re looking for gay, heterosexual, or transsexual content (regrettably labeled “Shemale”), type in an idea, and hit search. Results can be sorted by length, quality, source, and even date uploaded. PornMD also gives you related search results just in case you were close to what you were searching for but not on the mark. The only real downside is too many popups.

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2. r/NSFW411

While not a search engine, no other source on the internet does more to open new avenues of sexual exploration than this collection of subreddits. Cataloging every adult subreddit of NSFW Reddit by genre and theme, r/NSFW411 might be more work, but the effort is worth it. More of an index than a search engine, this site is worth your time due to the sheer amount of content it contains. Beware: You might not be ready for every door you open on Reddit.

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3. Bing

In an era when tech companies like Instagram, Apple, and Google are making loud public stances against nudity, it’s refreshing to see Microsoft’s Bing embrace letting you search what you want. While Google filters results to keep you from seeing porn, Bing accepts that you’re an adult and that if you search “Naughty Plumber,” you probably know what you’d see. It will even offer alternative results, free of shame or “did you mean” questions.

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4. Rexxx

Rexxx is a one-stop shop for porn searches, letting you watch your search results right from your Rexxx window instead of sending you to another page. Drawing from big names like xHamster and obscure sites like Eporner, Rexx doesn’t care if a site is cool. It mines almost everyone’s porn with equal enthusiasm.

porn search : roxxx Photo by Roxxx

5. Bad JoJo

It’s hard to set yourself apart in the world of porn search, but Bad JoJo is notable for the depth of its keyword options. Reddit might have the most variety, but it doesn’t have an “amateur fisting” category or a “country girl” option. Bad JoJo also scores points for allowing you to decide exactly which streamings you include in your search, so if you have a grudge against a particular site like YouJizz, you can leave it out of your results.

best porn search site : bad jojo Photo by Bad JoJo

Editor’s note: This article is regularly updated for relevance.

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John-Michael Bond

John-Michael Bond

John-Michael Bond is a tech reporter and culture writer for Daily Dot. A longtime cord-cutter and early adapter, he's an expert on streaming services (Hulu with Live TV), devices (Roku, Amazon Fire), and anime. A former staff writer for TUAW, he's knowledgeable on all things Apple and Android. You can also also find him regularly performing standup comedy in Los Angeles.