Some call them blue movies while globally we refer to them as p0rn. Yes, those type of movies with a lot of n#dity and s.e.x!
While many of us consume them in our private spaces, the trend seems to be changing.
This as more and more people watch p0rn in the comfort of the office.
A 2016 survey published in Archives of S.e.xual Behaviour found that 16,1% of men watched p0rn at work on their smartphone or tablet while 5,4% watched it on a work computer.
Furthermore, around 20% to 30% of men regularly watched p0rn instead of working.
Another study from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky revealed that people working from home were quite likely to view p0rn on the same devices they used for their jobs.
Kaspersky surveyed more than 6 000 people working from home across the globe about their online habits.
Among respondents who reported watching more adult content than before they started working remotely, 51% acknowledged doing so on the same device they used for work.
Nearly 20% said they used a device provided by their employer to watch p0rn.
In other news – Kaizer Chiefs replaces Itumeleng Khune
Kaizer Chiefs have relieved Itumeleng Khune off his captaincy duties. Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt confirmed that defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele is now the team’s captain after his side lost 2-1 to AmaZulu in a DStv Premiership match at FNB Stadium on Wednesday.
Khune has now conceded 12 league goals in six matches this season following the loss, courtesy of goals from Augustine Mulenga and the later winner from Lehlohonolo Majoro. Learn More