AdamEve.com Argues Over America’s Adult Content Viewing Habits
We do a lot of articles about a certain company with an Apple as their logo. This is not the one we usually report about. AdamEve.com claims to be America’s most trusted source for adults products. The company is well known for not shying away from asking questions about sexual behavior, so it shouldn’t come to anyone’s surprise that in a recent release, they are questioning the statistics regarding how much time Americans spend watching adult content.
According to the information in question, 33% of American adults say they never view adult content and 20% claim only to view it once or twice a year. 22% say they view it once or twice a month, 16% admit to once or twice a week, 6% view it daily, 2% more than once a day and of course 2% refused to answer.
When Adam and Eve Facebook followers were asked the same questions, 53% said they viewed adult content every day, 32% said they enjoyed the material every week, 5% said more than once a day, 3% said every month, 3% once a year and 4% answered never. The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and above, was sponsored by Adam and Eve to study sexual preferences and practices.
According to Adam and Eve’s resident sex expert Dr. Kat Van Kirk, “We’re all visual creatures and utilizing erotic movies can be a great way to explore our sexualities individually and as couples. It can be a fantastic way to break the monotony in a relationship and even learn a few new tricks. Plus there are many full length DVD movies that have stellar production values, plot lines and acting, which can have a wider appeal to a female audience.” Dirk Diggler would be proud. “Sex Chat with Dr. Kat” and “Daily Sex Tips from Hawaii” can be found on podcasts through iTunes or on www.drkat.com.
Chad Davis, Adam and Eve’s Director of Marketing adds, “Adam and Eve sell millions of adult DVDs each year, as well as adult toys and novelties. Someone is definitely enjoying the materials we provide, even with the amount of free content available online.”