Who are the most searched-for women on porn sites worldwide? You might be surprised

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Unfortunately, Kim Kardashian shows up on way too many of these.

The French love Emma Watson. The Danes can’t get enough of Mariah Carey. And if you ever pay a visit to Cameroon, you’ll win points with the locals if you drop the name of renowned Cameroonian sex symbol, Lisa Kudrow.

This is just a sampling of the results from an infographic on Sex.com (NSFW), which shows you “who the world is fapping to” in an interactive map showing the three most searched-for women on the porn site by country. The map also reveals the top three most searched-for women worldwide: adult performers Alexis Texas and Lisa Ann, and Disney Channel pop star Selena Gomez (who to me looks a little bit like a chipmunk in a Fran Drescher wig, but I suppose there’s no accounting for taste).

Much like similar studies commissioned by the data-crunching sites Pornhub Insights and PornMD, the interactive map offers a fascinating glimpse into global sexual predilections. This particularly applies to countries like the Sudan, where the top search term is “girl on dick,” and notoriously anti-gay Russia, where the third most searched-for adult performer is gay porn star Alan Stafford (this aligns with previous findings indicating a link between religious fundamentalist countries and LGBTQ porn searches).

Of course, the potential sociological implications of porn searches aside, Sex.com’s map is also interesting from a voyeuristic perspective. For whatever reason, it’s just fun (to grammatically alter Sex.com’s parlance a bit) to see to whom the world is fapping. Scroll over the map to see the most searched-for performer in your country. And Cameroon, no disrespect to Lisa Kudrow, but perhaps you should try harder.

H/T Nerve | Photo by Lisabjo/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

EJ Dickson

EJ Dickson

EJ Dickson is a writer and editor who primarily covers sex, dating, and relationships, with a special focus on the intersection of intimacy and technology. She served as the Daily Dot’s IRL editor from January 2014 to July 2015. Her work has since appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Mic, Bustle, Romper, and Men’s Health.