VR porn use on the rise as female users triple from 2019 to 2021

VIRTUAL reality porn is rising in popularity, according to a new study.

Researchers interviewed thousands of people from the UK and US and found over 83% of VR headset users in the study had watched VR porn.

The research was conducted by virtual sex company Dreamcam.

It conducted a 3,000 person study across the US and UK.

Among its major findings, Dreamcam claims the number of female VR porn users has almost tripled from 2019 to 2021.

However, it says 71% of men interviewed originally bought a VR headset to watch porn.

Whereas, only 9% of women were said to buy a headset for this purpose.

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A lot of the top virtual reality websites are actually porn sites yet this probably wasn't what you were thinking of when you talk about the metaverse.

The global value of the VR adult content market is said to be around $716million (£540million) in 2021.

This has been predicted to rise to around $19billion (£14billion) in 2026, according to Juniper Research.

Psychologists have have been debating for years whether virtual sex can have positive or negative impacts on a person.

A recent study from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University found people with anxiety and depression are more likely to explore digital sex tech and may even use it for psychological relief.

However, people struggling with loneliness were found less likely to use it.

In other news, Apple will scan iPhone messages for nudity in an attempt to crackdown on child abuse.

Android users are been warned about a dangerous scam that could see their bank accounts drained by hackers.

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