32% of Adults Felt Condom Use In Adult Movies Will Be a Turn-Off

This month, California voted on Measure B, the condom-only mandate for the adult industry. In light of this, AdamAndEve.com, America’s most trusted source for adult products, asked over 1,000 American adults if the use of condoms in adult movies would affect their viewing habits.

Nearly 32% of the respondents said that condom use in an adult movie would be a turn off, while 68% said it would not affect their viewing habits. Of the men polled, 36% said condoms would be a turn off and 64% said it would not be. And of the women, 16% said condoms would be a turn off and 84% said it would not be.

Dr. Kat Van Kirk, Adam & Eve’s resident sexpert, finds these results interesting. “While the majority of adults say they support the use of condoms in their private lives, the idea of using them within the fantasy of erotica seems to be a negative,” says Dr. Kat. “In the world of adult entertainment, where viewers want to see ‘real’ sex, perhaps the use of condoms makes it a little too real.”

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices. “Sex Chat with Dr. Kat” and “Daily Sex Tips from Hawaii” can be found on podcasts through iTunes or www.drkat.com.