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Finally, Google for Porn

Since the birth of the Internet, people have been using search engines to find every genre of porn under the sun. "Hot young teen job interview gone right," "Hot young teen college babe professor gone wrong," you know how it goes. But when you use these search engines, there's always the risk of getting trackers, cookies, and—the worst—totally unwarranted safe-for-work results. That's why we're interested in Boodigo, a search engine specifically made for porn!

By filtering out icky Internet no-goodniks, such as unlicensed and illegal content, you can happily browse through hundreds of thousands of pages of T&A without a care in the world. People shouldn't be judging you for your pornography choices anyway; that's like calling someone a glutton based on how many Big Macs they've eaten. 

“Boodigo's search algorithm is designed to find ‘real’ adult sites and give top listings to them,” says Colin Rowntree, one of the site's founders. In other words, no more Cosmo articles for college girls. 

“That avoids the problem of searching for "blowjob’, and getting the first multiple results pages of Wikipedia articles, and women’s magazine how-to guides. And if you search for names like Playboy, Penthouse, or Vivid, the top listing will be for that studio or company's website." 

Hear that, guys? No more how-to guides on how to drop dome like a boss. The exclusion of illegal upload sites and fileshare programs will, ultimately, curate your masturbatory inquiries to the fullest extent and help keep our beloved porn community thriving. Because, obviously, we'd all die if anything happened to our precious porn. 


Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and swears he was looking up "beasts" that one time.