Posted by: hellonhairylegs | September 23, 2008

I Lied

You know how I said a twentieth of my page views were people looking for pron? Yeah, well double that now that I’ve gone through my blog stats.

My most popular search term is hellonhairylegs, but after that it verges into the land of pron (and I’m not typing those things again thanks so very much). I’ve had so many people searching for hairylegged pron that I’m wondering whether it is an established cultural fetish I’ve never heard of. There are the requisite people searching for rape pron and the people searching for body parts as opposed to human beings.

The most recent search term was “high school slut” and the funniest search term of the day is “being teacher is depressing.”

So my question to the assembled wisdom of the feminist blogosphere, is there anyway you can block certain certain search terms leading to your blog? If not, is it worth it having a page to link to at the bottom of certain posts that explains why pron is a human’s rights issue?

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Responses

  1. I still don’t know how to view the search terms that lead to my blog. How do you do it?
    And uh, yes, hairy legs and hairy-in-general is an established fetish/pr0n genre. Don’t you feel better knowing that? Your feminist habit of not shaving means you are some dude’s fantasy woman. /sarcasm
    And yes, I think a link at the bottom of certain posts or a “Pr0n Seekers click here!” on your navbar leading to a “human’s rights issue” explanation couldn’t hurt.

  2. Oh yes, hairy women is definitely a distinct preference and fetish. ——- is a great example of that. Although, some of the pictures are just downright cool, I can’t really see getting off to them…

    I get those searches a lot too. They generally don’t stay long. 😛

  3. Oh my God, don’t get me started. I think half the people who get referred to my blog are looking for rape porn. Take a look at some of these recent search terms:
    cheerleader+sleep+rape
    tied up rape
    rape ladies
    raped and tied but i loved it
    *HEAD DESK*

  4. I get a lot of ‘virgin catholic school girl’ searches – which provides me with all the disincentive I need to figure out how to post pictures. Because hitting a site filled with WORDS would immediately prove to such people that this is not what they are looking for.

    My favorite search term for the month is “how to deal with extreme emotional neurotic women.”

    August provided me with other interesting searches such as “verbal abuse from inlaws in mississippi”, “femnist cunts gender card” and “exterem fuckrs free wacth”. Yes, those typos are accurate.

  5. Lemur, I have a tag on my wordpress dashboard that says “Blog Stats.” I click on that at it has where people have clicked from to reach my blog and what search terms people have used. I think I will add a resources/ explanation page when I have the strength of mind.

    Whatsername, I can only imagine the shock of finding a feminist blog after preparing to wank.

    Crankosaur, they are mega *headdesk* moments. Especially your last term “raped and tied but i loved it.” WTF?

  6. I don’t know anything about the tech part of your question but the link to why pron is a human rights issue should be at the TOP of your page. In red. Flashing. With extra big letters.

  7. I don’t think you can block certain search terms but you can block all search engines finding you. It’s in your settings. As for writing a page to tell them your views on pron, I fear it would be a waste of time. They don’t read that well and it is almost impossible to reason with ignorance.

  8. I agree with you Katy. Flashing red sounds good.

    Paul, it probably will be a waste of time, but at least I’ll feel like I’ve done something when I read pron searches in my blog stats. Thanks for your tech advice. 🙂


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