Every one has their preference when it comes to hair. Especially the hair from body parts unknown. Some like to keep an 80s vibe going on, others run a tight ship and have no time for furry business. Then there are those who prefer a well kept landing strip, trimmed initial or some other funky design. Redtube did some research to see if the bush is really back, or if it’s just another fad.
As we get older it seems we become more particular about whether we have bush or no bush. Of all age groups, users 65 years + are 258% as likely to search for “Bush” as they are to search for “shaved”. Our users aged 18-34 are much less likely to search for either term. Seems as though porn preferences are not dictated by whether or not the pornstar is “Bushy” or “Shaved” for our millennial-aged users, but that bush makes all the difference once you’ve hit senior citizen status. It is also clear that among every age group, “bush” is more popular by a long shot. It is more popular among 18-24 years old by 891% and 982% more popular among 25-34 year olds. For 35-44 year old it is 1126% more popular and 1147% among those 65+.
Ever wondered which search terms are most often combined with each type? We’ve got you covered. On the bushy side of things, “hairy pussy”, “hairy teen (18+)” & “hairy MILF” all made the top 5. While “hairy ginger” and “bush” closed out the list. Moving on to terms most searched for combined with “shaved”, first up have “shaving hairy pussy”. The word “shaved” on it’s own was 2nd and “shaved milf” fell into 3rd most popular.
We took a deeper dive into the preferences among US viewers. The heat map below shows “bushy” is searched for much more among Central and Western states than the rest of the country. “Bushy” search terms are more popular in states like Colorado (+98%), Texas (+76%) and Utah (+86%). While North Eastern states like New York and Vermont don’t need the extra layer to stay warm in the winter, opting for hairless instead.
We can also clearly see how over the last year, the trend is moving more and more towards the “Bush”. In May 2016 searches were below average, and although there was a dip in February of 2017, you can see it that over the last few months the bush is back on the rise.
Whats your preference? To trim or not to trim? Let us know, send us a comment below.