Porn Problems: Millennials are losing interest in titties

Porn Problems: Millennials are losing interest in titties

SexAugust 17, 2017 By Lindsey Kline

Millennials have been blamed for the cold-blooded killings of countless cultural customs. According to the media, hotelsorganized religionrelationshipsthe 9-5 workday and democracy are all suffering at the hands of our harsh generation, and now one more beloved social staple can be added to our kill-list: boobies.


[Collage of headlines accusing Millennials of murder]

As reported by PornHub insights, statisticians who use the world’s largest porn site to crunch the numbers on particular pornographic topics, Millennials have been losing interest in titties.

Indeed, the golden era of big ol’ boobies is seemingly reaching its end, as this year ushers in a new appreciation for small, perky tater tots. According to the data, searches for large breasts has steadily dwindled for the last two years, while the relative number of searches for little tatas has surged.

The research also reveals that the appeal of the au-naturale beats out big, fake racks. Although both authentic and knockoff knockers are sagging in popularity, it appears users prefer the real deal, as searches for natural breasts remain higher than average.

Pornhub’s analysis indicates that loss of attraction to ladies’ chests is pretty exclusive to younger generations. Millennials, from ages 18-34, evidently don’t favor big jugs as much as their fathers do.

Although these statistical studies may have revealed novel trends in the way we whack off, they leave us with several pressing questions. Are young men and women losing interest in titties as they realize that true beauty comes from within? Or has our youthful society’s focus shifted south, fostering an infatuation with the ass? Is it possible that a lifetime spent on the internet has left us bored with the most fundamental elements of porn, damning us to endlessly seek out edgier smut that can still make us come?

Perhaps these questions are breast left unanswered.