Have you ever wondered what a year-end summary of your sexual curiosities might look like? Spotify Wrapped has us all sharing our music tastes, and Duolingo proudly tells us about our language learning progress. But what if PornHub did something similar? What would our “PornHub Wrapped” reveal about us?

As a sex coach, educator, and unashamed data nerd (thanks to my partner Ragnar’s influence in data science), this idea utterly fascinates me. What would be the benefits? Let’s unwrap this idea. Here are four I thought of:

Four Benefits of a PornHub Wrapped

1. Understanding Trends and Preferences

Just like Spotify shows us our top songs, imagine PornHub unveiling our top watched genres or favorite performers. This isn’t just about titillation; it’s a window into our collective desires and a reflection of the evolving landscape of sexual preferences. What’s popular, what’s niche, and what does that say about us as a society?

2. Educational Insights

This data could be a treasure trove for educators like me. Are certain genres misunderstood or misrepresented? Maybe there’s a surge in interest in practices that people are curious about but don’t fully understand. This could guide us in creating educational content that addresses these gaps.

3. Normalizing Sexual Interests

In a world where sexual interests can be stigmatized, data like this could help normalize a broad spectrum of desires. Understanding that our interests are shared by others can be affirming and liberating.

4. Personal Reflection

Think about how Spotify Wrapped makes us reflect on our music tastes. Similarly, a PornHub Wrapped could be a tool for introspection. What does your preference say about you? How has it evolved? It’s an invitation to understand and explore our sexuality more deeply.

Now, while this 'PornHub Wrapped' idea is interesting, it also brings us to a crossroads where we need to tread carefully. It's not just about what we like, but how we handle that information. Think about it – our digital footprints in the world of intimacy are deeply personal. So, when we talk about analyzing this data, we have to think about privacy and consent. It's like having a diary that's only for our eyes; its contents should be protected with the utmost care.

Ethical Considerations

It’s crucial to navigate this with respect for privacy and consent. Just like with Spotify Wrapped, we should have the choice about whether to share or not (For example, my 2023 Spotify Wrapped is totally cringe 🤐). Any data shared should be anonymous and secure, ensuring that any personal exploration remains just that – personal.

Comparative Analysis with Other Data

Ragnar reminds me that data, isn't just a collection of isolated facts. It's more like pieces of a larger puzzle. What this means is when we look at our sexual preferences, like in a PornHub Wrapped, we're not just seeing standalone choices; we're actually glimpsing parts of a much bigger picture. How do these preferences correlate with other aspects of our lives? What do they reveal about our overall personalities, our choices, and our behaviors? It's this kind of comparative analysis that shows us a more complete and vibrant story about who we are, beyond just our intimate selves.

So, what would your PornHub Wrapped look like?

Would it be a revelation, a confirmation, or a delightful surprise? While this is a hypothetical scenario, it opens up a dialogue about our sexual narratives and how we engage with them.

Remember, a PornHub Wrapped isn’t about judgment; it’s about exploration, education, and understanding. Whether you’re a chart-topping pop fan or have a penchant for niche genres, your sexual playlist is uniquely yours.


P.S., Speaking of playlists, if you’ve never put together a best playlist of sexy music, I’ve got one for you. Lots of variety here. Save this one in your favorites!

Also, here are a couple of other related posts for you: One about discovering bdsm and one featuring a decade reflection. I hope you enjoy them and maybe they help you see more about your sexuality.

About the Author

The MamaSutra

Dr. Lanae St.John is a Diplomate of the American Board of Sexology and certified sex coach with a background in sexology and a passion for helping people improve their sexual health and relationships. She is the author of "Read Me: A Parental Primer for "The Talk"" and the upcoming "You Are the One: How stopping the search and looking inside will lead you to your romantic destiny," and is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest research and trends in the field. Dr. St.John aims to share her knowledge and expertise in a relatable and approachable way through her blog on themamasutra.com.

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