Since the mid-1700s, America’s relationship with taxes has been complicated to say the least. This past Tax Day, it seems more Americans sought to alleviate the stress that comes with forking over a chunk of their income with Sex.com.
Sex.com receives approximately 350,000 unique visitors per day from the United States. That figure tripled on Tax Day, April 15th, with 953,783 unique visitors. While some, including the Sex.com staff, might be quick to write this phenomenon off as a coincidence, the states with the most visitors included California, Hawaii, Oregon, Minnesota, Iowa, New Jersey, Vermont, New York, Maine and Florida.
Florida is the only state of the ten listed that is not also included on the Federation of Tax Administrators top 10 highest income tax states. Historically, the top states visiting Sex.com on any given day are: California, Texas, New York, Illinois, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey, Georgia and North Carolina.
As if this wasn’t already strange enough, Sex.com’s research into what the Americans influx can’t help but raise some eyebrows. Tax Day’s top search terms for users within the United States included: office, office porn, sex in office, co-worker, BDSM, gangbang, lesbian, POV, deepthroat and Mia Khalifa.
Sex.com’s hypothesis for the increased interest in the United States for office-related adult material: a desire to see people in administrative positions, like the ones collecting their tax dollars, debased to relieve frustration.
The world record holder for the most expensive domain name ever sold, Sex.com is a free online porn community where users can discover and share the hottest porn on the internet. Since its re-launch in 2012, Sex.com has grown into the world’s largest collection of porn pictures with a flourishing porn video section. With a few clicks and zero credit cards, users can signup, curate and share their porn collections for the world to enjoy.