Pornhub reveals the top searches this Christmas with one spiking by 400 PER CENT

PORNHUB has revealed the top search terms people have been looking for this Christmas, with a festive one spiking by a whopping 400 per cent.

Songs like Santa Baby have given a sexualised edge to the likes of Father Christmas over the years and attention has also fallen on Mrs Claus during the festive period.


This year, searches for Mrs Claus have topped the list, according to figures released by PornHub, rising by 401 per cent.

Although it seems Mrs Claus’ popularity in the porn community has been declining since her peak in 2018.

Santa was the second most searched for term on the site, with a rise of 374 per cent.

Other popular search terms included elf and xxxmas as well as elf hentai.

Hentai porn is now the XXX site's most searched term globally, ranking number one in the US and number three in the UK.

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The word is used to describe adult anime and manga materials, of which hundreds of thousands are hosted on the platform.

"Cartoons are more fantastical than regular porn," said Dr. Laurie Betito, director of Pornhub's Sexual Wellness Center.

"Because it’s not real, it can go further, with less constraints that reality offers.

"Hentai porn also tends to have more of a storyline and people seem to be more and more drawn to context."

The second most searched for term of the year was “romance”.

The most searched for porn stars in the UK included Lana Rhoades, Riley Reid and Abella Danger.

Data for the past year shows that the UK is now the second biggest visitor to the site, overtaking Japan, while the US remains number one.

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