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A new book claiming that anybody can learn to do a split in four weeks by doing six simple stretches has Kathie Lee Gifford looking back on her days as a cheerleader: See the photo.
<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

<p>Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?</p> <p>With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their <a href="https://www.pornhub.com/insights/2017-state-of-the-union" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:2017 State of the Union" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">2017 State of the Union</a>, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation&#39;s average time spent per visit.</p> <p>So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="http://mashable.com/2018/01/09/porn-for-women-searches-2017/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Surprise: Women watched more porn in 2017</a></p></div> <p>In 2017, searches for &quot;lesbian&quot; came out on top in 42 states, with &quot;milf&quot; in a distant second place.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>As for the top gaining searches, &quot;cheerleader&quot; reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for &quot;smoking.&quot; Hmm.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into &quot;giantess.&quot; While &quot;creampie&quot; searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the &quot;do not cum challenge.&quot; Yikes.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub</p></div><p>Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state&#39;s average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.</p>  <div><p>Image: pornhub insights</p></div><p>Curious to know more about your state&#39;s standing?&#160;</p> <p>The report&#39;s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE83Zu8z58" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:right here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">right here</a>, though you might considering waiting until you&#39;re home to dig too deeply into what you&#39;re neighbors are watching.</p> <div> <h2><a href="http://mashable.com/2017/12/26/2017-weird-dating-apps/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: These are some of the weirdest dating apps of 2017</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Welp, here is your state's most popular search term on Pornhub

Curious if you and your neighbors have the same tastes in porn?

With millions of viewers flocking to its site each day, Pornhub has no shortage of data to mine for that very answer. The adult content platform has just released their 2017 State of the Union, which breaks down the trends that defined viewership in the US, from the most popular search terms in each state to the nation's average time spent per visit.

So, which search terms were biggest in your home state?

In 2017, searches for "lesbian" came out on top in 42 states, with "milf" in a distant second place.

Image: pornhub insights

As for the top gaining searches, "cheerleader" reigned supreme. The most unusual addition? The site reported an increase in searches in West Virginia for "smoking." Hmm.

Image: pornhub insights

Where things really get deep is when they breakdown which terms each state searched more often than other states. The northeast seems to be, um, big into "giantess." While "creampie" searches dot the middle of the country. And a few very brave states were extra interested in the "do not cum challenge." Yikes.

Image: pornhub

Finally, Mississippi takes home the award for longest average time spent on site per visit. At 11 minutes and 33 seconds, the southern state's average time lags exactly one minute behind the national average of 10 minutes and 33 seconds. The state with the least time spent per visit? The award goes to Kansas, with an average of 9 minutes and 5 seconds.

Image: pornhub insights

Curious to know more about your state's standing? 

The report's right here, though you might considering waiting until you're home to dig too deeply into what you're neighbors are watching.

A Miami cheerleader performs during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game between Miami and Florida State, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Coral Gables, Fla. Miami defeated Florida State 80-74. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
A Miami cheerleader performs during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game between Miami and Florida State, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Coral Gables, Fla. Miami defeated Florida State 80-74. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
A Miami cheerleader performs during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game between Miami and Florida State, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Coral Gables, Fla. Miami defeated Florida State 80-74. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Plumbing entrepreneur Charlie Mullins plans to run for London Mayor, saying the city is being “disgracefully” neglected by both the incumbent in the job and the Government. Mr Mullins, a leading Brexiteer, said his decision to contest the 2020 vote was not only about Britain leaving the EU, but that politics needs a “dose of common sense”. He called London an “economic powerhouse” that generated billions for the national economy, yet the views of its inhabitants and businesses were not being given a say that matched their financial contribution. “People underestimate the value of London and its financial contribution - it’s not just the City but the businesses all over London,” the multi-millionaire added. Mr Mullins built up his Pimlico Plumbers business from a one-man band more than 40 years ago into a £40m-a-year operation with 400 staff. Mr Mullins has built up Pimlico Plumbers into a £400m a year business Credit: PA He said he wanted to give the capital’s companies a voice and that his business success gave him the credentials to do so. A key business policy would be encouraging people into skilled work, partly through free travel for people on apprenticeships. “Getting people into skilled work would cut crime and get people off the streets,” said Mr Mullins, who added that he wanted to make London the “skills capital of the world”. “Free travel would get people to do apprenticeships because travel is a big cost when you are not earning much.” Other policies would include protecting “the London icon that is the black cab” from challengers such as Uber. “I’m not against Uber, I just want to see them regulated. London’s cabbies are getting slaughtered at the moment and it’s not a level playing field,” Mr Mullins said. Mr Mullins says he wants to protect London&#39;s black cab industry Credit: Getty The 65-year-old said he would run a “common sense campaign because the trouble is it’s not that common”, and he denied his announcement was a publicity stunt. “I’ve said I’ll stand two years before to get the people around me I need,” he said. “My business is doing well and I can take time off from it. I’m a Londoner, I was born here, live here and work here and we need a big personality to represent my home.” Running against “professional” politicians holds no fears for the entrepreneur: “I’m not afraid to say I don’t know but the trouble with politicians is you can’t even get them to answer a question,” he said. Current mayor Sadiq Khan was singled out for criticism by Mr Mullins. “I’m not against the guy but he sits on the fence: London’s mayor is supposed to be a cheerleader for the city and Sadiq Khan is not the right man for the job,” he said. “He’s a mild-mannered solicitor by trade and doesn’t have the personality. “London needs a larger-than-life character as mayor like Boris Johnson was. I may not have agreed with him but he made things happen. Even Ken Livingstone, I don’t agree with him but at least you knew he was around.” Mr Mullins dismissed any comparisons between his mayoral run and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who leveraged his business career into winning the US election. “We’re nothing alike - from how he operates he’s got no common sense that I can see,” said Mr Mullins. “The only similarity is that we both have long hair.”
Pimlico Plumbers' Charlie Mullins to run for London Mayor on 'common sense' ticket
Plumbing entrepreneur Charlie Mullins plans to run for London Mayor, saying the city is being “disgracefully” neglected by both the incumbent in the job and the Government. Mr Mullins, a leading Brexiteer, said his decision to contest the 2020 vote was not only about Britain leaving the EU, but that politics needs a “dose of common sense”. He called London an “economic powerhouse” that generated billions for the national economy, yet the views of its inhabitants and businesses were not being given a say that matched their financial contribution. “People underestimate the value of London and its financial contribution - it’s not just the City but the businesses all over London,” the multi-millionaire added. Mr Mullins built up his Pimlico Plumbers business from a one-man band more than 40 years ago into a £40m-a-year operation with 400 staff. Mr Mullins has built up Pimlico Plumbers into a £400m a year business Credit: PA He said he wanted to give the capital’s companies a voice and that his business success gave him the credentials to do so. A key business policy would be encouraging people into skilled work, partly through free travel for people on apprenticeships. “Getting people into skilled work would cut crime and get people off the streets,” said Mr Mullins, who added that he wanted to make London the “skills capital of the world”. “Free travel would get people to do apprenticeships because travel is a big cost when you are not earning much.” Other policies would include protecting “the London icon that is the black cab” from challengers such as Uber. “I’m not against Uber, I just want to see them regulated. London’s cabbies are getting slaughtered at the moment and it’s not a level playing field,” Mr Mullins said. Mr Mullins says he wants to protect London's black cab industry Credit: Getty The 65-year-old said he would run a “common sense campaign because the trouble is it’s not that common”, and he denied his announcement was a publicity stunt. “I’ve said I’ll stand two years before to get the people around me I need,” he said. “My business is doing well and I can take time off from it. I’m a Londoner, I was born here, live here and work here and we need a big personality to represent my home.” Running against “professional” politicians holds no fears for the entrepreneur: “I’m not afraid to say I don’t know but the trouble with politicians is you can’t even get them to answer a question,” he said. Current mayor Sadiq Khan was singled out for criticism by Mr Mullins. “I’m not against the guy but he sits on the fence: London’s mayor is supposed to be a cheerleader for the city and Sadiq Khan is not the right man for the job,” he said. “He’s a mild-mannered solicitor by trade and doesn’t have the personality. “London needs a larger-than-life character as mayor like Boris Johnson was. I may not have agreed with him but he made things happen. Even Ken Livingstone, I don’t agree with him but at least you knew he was around.” Mr Mullins dismissed any comparisons between his mayoral run and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who leveraged his business career into winning the US election. “We’re nothing alike - from how he operates he’s got no common sense that I can see,” said Mr Mullins. “The only similarity is that we both have long hair.”
Plumbing entrepreneur Charlie Mullins plans to run for London Mayor, saying the city is being “disgracefully” neglected by both the incumbent in the job and the Government. Mr Mullins, a leading Brexiteer, said his decision to contest the 2020 vote was not only about Britain leaving the EU, but that politics needs a “dose of common sense”. He called London an “economic powerhouse” that generated billions for the national economy, yet the views of its inhabitants and businesses were not being given a say that matched their financial contribution. “People underestimate the value of London and its financial contribution - it’s not just the City but the businesses all over London,” the multi-millionaire added. Mr Mullins built up his Pimlico Plumbers business from a one-man band more than 40 years ago into a £40m-a-year operation with 400 staff. Mr Mullins has built up Pimlico Plumbers into a £400m a year business Credit: PA He said he wanted to give the capital’s companies a voice and that his business success gave him the credentials to do so. A key business policy would be encouraging people into skilled work, partly through free travel for people on apprenticeships. “Getting people into skilled work would cut crime and get people off the streets,” said Mr Mullins, who added that he wanted to make London the “skills capital of the world”. “Free travel would get people to do apprenticeships because travel is a big cost when you are not earning much.” Other policies would include protecting “the London icon that is the black cab” from challengers such as Uber. “I’m not against Uber, I just want to see them regulated. London’s cabbies are getting slaughtered at the moment and it’s not a level playing field,” Mr Mullins said. Mr Mullins says he wants to protect London&#39;s black cab industry Credit: Getty The 65-year-old said he would run a “common sense campaign because the trouble is it’s not that common”, and he denied his announcement was a publicity stunt. “I’ve said I’ll stand two years before to get the people around me I need,” he said. “My business is doing well and I can take time off from it. I’m a Londoner, I was born here, live here and work here and we need a big personality to represent my home.” Running against “professional” politicians holds no fears for the entrepreneur: “I’m not afraid to say I don’t know but the trouble with politicians is you can’t even get them to answer a question,” he said. Current mayor Sadiq Khan was singled out for criticism by Mr Mullins. “I’m not against the guy but he sits on the fence: London’s mayor is supposed to be a cheerleader for the city and Sadiq Khan is not the right man for the job,” he said. “He’s a mild-mannered solicitor by trade and doesn’t have the personality. “London needs a larger-than-life character as mayor like Boris Johnson was. I may not have agreed with him but he made things happen. Even Ken Livingstone, I don’t agree with him but at least you knew he was around.” Mr Mullins dismissed any comparisons between his mayoral run and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who leveraged his business career into winning the US election. “We’re nothing alike - from how he operates he’s got no common sense that I can see,” said Mr Mullins. “The only similarity is that we both have long hair.”
Pimlico Plumbers' Charlie Mullins to run for London Mayor on 'common sense' ticket
Plumbing entrepreneur Charlie Mullins plans to run for London Mayor, saying the city is being “disgracefully” neglected by both the incumbent in the job and the Government. Mr Mullins, a leading Brexiteer, said his decision to contest the 2020 vote was not only about Britain leaving the EU, but that politics needs a “dose of common sense”. He called London an “economic powerhouse” that generated billions for the national economy, yet the views of its inhabitants and businesses were not being given a say that matched their financial contribution. “People underestimate the value of London and its financial contribution - it’s not just the City but the businesses all over London,” the multi-millionaire added. Mr Mullins built up his Pimlico Plumbers business from a one-man band more than 40 years ago into a £40m-a-year operation with 400 staff. Mr Mullins has built up Pimlico Plumbers into a £400m a year business Credit: PA He said he wanted to give the capital’s companies a voice and that his business success gave him the credentials to do so. A key business policy would be encouraging people into skilled work, partly through free travel for people on apprenticeships. “Getting people into skilled work would cut crime and get people off the streets,” said Mr Mullins, who added that he wanted to make London the “skills capital of the world”. “Free travel would get people to do apprenticeships because travel is a big cost when you are not earning much.” Other policies would include protecting “the London icon that is the black cab” from challengers such as Uber. “I’m not against Uber, I just want to see them regulated. London’s cabbies are getting slaughtered at the moment and it’s not a level playing field,” Mr Mullins said. Mr Mullins says he wants to protect London's black cab industry Credit: Getty The 65-year-old said he would run a “common sense campaign because the trouble is it’s not that common”, and he denied his announcement was a publicity stunt. “I’ve said I’ll stand two years before to get the people around me I need,” he said. “My business is doing well and I can take time off from it. I’m a Londoner, I was born here, live here and work here and we need a big personality to represent my home.” Running against “professional” politicians holds no fears for the entrepreneur: “I’m not afraid to say I don’t know but the trouble with politicians is you can’t even get them to answer a question,” he said. Current mayor Sadiq Khan was singled out for criticism by Mr Mullins. “I’m not against the guy but he sits on the fence: London’s mayor is supposed to be a cheerleader for the city and Sadiq Khan is not the right man for the job,” he said. “He’s a mild-mannered solicitor by trade and doesn’t have the personality. “London needs a larger-than-life character as mayor like Boris Johnson was. I may not have agreed with him but he made things happen. Even Ken Livingstone, I don’t agree with him but at least you knew he was around.” Mr Mullins dismissed any comparisons between his mayoral run and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who leveraged his business career into winning the US election. “We’re nothing alike - from how he operates he’s got no common sense that I can see,” said Mr Mullins. “The only similarity is that we both have long hair.”
Plumbing entrepreneur Charlie Mullins plans to run for London Mayor, saying the city is being “disgracefully” neglected by both the incumbent in the job and the Government. Mr Mullins, a leading Brexiteer, said his decision to contest the 2020 vote was not only about Britain leaving the EU, but that politics needs a “dose of common sense”. He called London an “economic powerhouse” that generated billions for the national economy, yet the views of its inhabitants and businesses were not being given a say that matched their financial contribution. “People underestimate the value of London and its financial contribution - it’s not just the City but the businesses all over London,” the multi-millionaire added. Mr Mullins built up his Pimlico Plumbers business from a one-man band more than 40 years ago into a £40m-a-year operation with 400 staff. Mr Mullins has built up Pimlico Plumbers into a £400m a year business Credit: PA He said he wanted to give the capital’s companies a voice and that his business success gave him the credentials to do so. A key business policy would be encouraging people into skilled work, partly through free travel for people on apprenticeships. “Getting people into skilled work would cut crime and get people off the streets,” said Mr Mullins, who added that he wanted to make London the “skills capital of the world”. “Free travel would get people to do apprenticeships because travel is a big cost when you are not earning much.” Other policies would include protecting “the London icon that is the black cab” from challengers such as Uber. “I’m not against Uber, I just want to see them regulated. London’s cabbies are getting slaughtered at the moment and it’s not a level playing field,” Mr Mullins said. Mr Mullins says he wants to protect London&#39;s black cab industry Credit: Getty The 65-year-old said he would run a “common sense campaign because the trouble is it’s not that common”, and he denied his announcement was a publicity stunt. “I’ve said I’ll stand two years before to get the people around me I need,” he said. “My business is doing well and I can take time off from it. I’m a Londoner, I was born here, live here and work here and we need a big personality to represent my home.” Running against “professional” politicians holds no fears for the entrepreneur: “I’m not afraid to say I don’t know but the trouble with politicians is you can’t even get them to answer a question,” he said. Current mayor Sadiq Khan was singled out for criticism by Mr Mullins. “I’m not against the guy but he sits on the fence: London’s mayor is supposed to be a cheerleader for the city and Sadiq Khan is not the right man for the job,” he said. “He’s a mild-mannered solicitor by trade and doesn’t have the personality. “London needs a larger-than-life character as mayor like Boris Johnson was. I may not have agreed with him but he made things happen. Even Ken Livingstone, I don’t agree with him but at least you knew he was around.” Mr Mullins dismissed any comparisons between his mayoral run and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who leveraged his business career into winning the US election. “We’re nothing alike - from how he operates he’s got no common sense that I can see,” said Mr Mullins. “The only similarity is that we both have long hair.”
Pimlico Plumbers' Charlie Mullins to run for London Mayor on 'common sense' ticket
Plumbing entrepreneur Charlie Mullins plans to run for London Mayor, saying the city is being “disgracefully” neglected by both the incumbent in the job and the Government. Mr Mullins, a leading Brexiteer, said his decision to contest the 2020 vote was not only about Britain leaving the EU, but that politics needs a “dose of common sense”. He called London an “economic powerhouse” that generated billions for the national economy, yet the views of its inhabitants and businesses were not being given a say that matched their financial contribution. “People underestimate the value of London and its financial contribution - it’s not just the City but the businesses all over London,” the multi-millionaire added. Mr Mullins built up his Pimlico Plumbers business from a one-man band more than 40 years ago into a £40m-a-year operation with 400 staff. Mr Mullins has built up Pimlico Plumbers into a £400m a year business Credit: PA He said he wanted to give the capital’s companies a voice and that his business success gave him the credentials to do so. A key business policy would be encouraging people into skilled work, partly through free travel for people on apprenticeships. “Getting people into skilled work would cut crime and get people off the streets,” said Mr Mullins, who added that he wanted to make London the “skills capital of the world”. “Free travel would get people to do apprenticeships because travel is a big cost when you are not earning much.” Other policies would include protecting “the London icon that is the black cab” from challengers such as Uber. “I’m not against Uber, I just want to see them regulated. London’s cabbies are getting slaughtered at the moment and it’s not a level playing field,” Mr Mullins said. Mr Mullins says he wants to protect London's black cab industry Credit: Getty The 65-year-old said he would run a “common sense campaign because the trouble is it’s not that common”, and he denied his announcement was a publicity stunt. “I’ve said I’ll stand two years before to get the people around me I need,” he said. “My business is doing well and I can take time off from it. I’m a Londoner, I was born here, live here and work here and we need a big personality to represent my home.” Running against “professional” politicians holds no fears for the entrepreneur: “I’m not afraid to say I don’t know but the trouble with politicians is you can’t even get them to answer a question,” he said. Current mayor Sadiq Khan was singled out for criticism by Mr Mullins. “I’m not against the guy but he sits on the fence: London’s mayor is supposed to be a cheerleader for the city and Sadiq Khan is not the right man for the job,” he said. “He’s a mild-mannered solicitor by trade and doesn’t have the personality. “London needs a larger-than-life character as mayor like Boris Johnson was. I may not have agreed with him but he made things happen. Even Ken Livingstone, I don’t agree with him but at least you knew he was around.” Mr Mullins dismissed any comparisons between his mayoral run and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, who leveraged his business career into winning the US election. “We’re nothing alike - from how he operates he’s got no common sense that I can see,” said Mr Mullins. “The only similarity is that we both have long hair.”
Philadelphia Eagles&#39; Cheerleader looks on during the second half of an NFL divisional playoff football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Philadelphia. Philadelphia won 15-10. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)
Philadelphia Eagles' Cheerleader looks on during the second half of an NFL divisional playoff football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Philadelphia. Philadelphia won 15-10. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)
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Okla. Dad Claimed Ex-Cheerleader Daughter Killed Herself — But Now He Faces Trial on Murder Charges

Okla. Dad Claimed Ex-Cheerleader Daughter Killed Herself — But Now He Faces Trial on Murder Charges

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An Oklahoma dad who claimed his ex-cheerleader daughter fatally shot herself will be tried for murder after a detective said the shot could not have been self-inflicted, according to several media reports
Okla. Dad Claimed Ex-Cheerleader Daughter Killed Herself — But Now He Faces Trial on Murder Charges
An Oklahoma dad who claimed his ex-cheerleader daughter fatally shot herself will be tried for murder after a detective said the shot could not have been self-inflicted, according to several media reports
An Oklahoma dad who claimed his ex-cheerleader daughter fatally shot herself will be tried for murder after a detective said the shot could not have been self-inflicted, according to several media reports
Okla. Dad Claimed Ex-Cheerleader Daughter Killed Herself — But Now He Faces Trial on Murder Charges
An Oklahoma dad who claimed his ex-cheerleader daughter fatally shot herself will be tried for murder after a detective said the shot could not have been self-inflicted, according to several media reports
An Oklahoma dad who claimed his ex-cheerleader daughter fatally shot herself will be tried for murder after a detective said the shot could not have been self-inflicted, according to several media reports
Okla. Dad Claimed Ex-Cheerleader Daughter Killed Herself — But Now He Faces Trial on Murder Charges
An Oklahoma dad who claimed his ex-cheerleader daughter fatally shot herself will be tried for murder after a detective said the shot could not have been self-inflicted, according to several media reports
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