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Mainstream Christians and Non-Religious Equally Likely to Use Online Pornography

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The use of web tracking panel data provides new insights into Germans’ online pornography use. According to new research published in Archives of Sexual Behavior, German Catholics, Protestants, and the religiously unaffiliated are as likely to use online pornography as each other. By comparison, members of minority religions in Germany, such as Muslims or Orthodox Christians, are less likely to use online pornography.

The full article is available free of charge from Archives of Sexual Behavior:

von Andrian-Werburg, M.T.P., Siegers, P. & Breuer, J. A. Re-evaluation of Online Pornography Use in Germany: A Combination of Web Tracking and Survey Data Analysis. Arch Sex Behav (2023).