These images are so explicit to post that they've got QR codes to let you scan leading you to NSFW sites. This is for the Museum of Sex's "Universe of Desire" exhibit, which is going on till November 4th.
Neuroscientists and authors of the book A Billion Wicked Thoughts, Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam, looked at the internet habits of tens of thousands of people, worldwide, to determine our most popular naughty searches. And they've found it!
400 million internet searches were gathered and coded—of which, 13 percent, or 55 million searches, pertained to some kind of erotic material.
These anonymous searches bring to question our identity by revealing both the expected "kinks" and "squicks" (squirm-inducing kinks), as well as the broad categories of shared desire that account for 80 percent of internet searches, including "cheating partners", "youth", "mature" and various genitalia. Confronted with this research we begin to see just how similar and different we all are as humans.
To go to any, just pause the video and use your QR code scanner on your phone. Video below: [Museum of Sex Blog]