If you have a few minutes to kill this morning, read through the explanation of why one would want to use a product called Find His Porn:
When should I use it?
If you feel he’s hiding something then now is probably a good time. Find His Porn scans your hard drive thus the time required is dependent on how big the hard drive and just how much porn they have stashed away. We suggest finding a time when he’s not home so you have ample time to run the tool and look at the results.
For the sake of argument, I’ll accept without comment the sexist assumption that it’s only women who are concerned that men are hiding porn. Let me save the women of the world some agida and a few bucks. If your man says that he doesn’t look at porn, he’s hiding it. And even if he’s not hiding it, do you really want to see what he looks at? The reason that the saying “men are pigs” is a cliche is simply because it’s true.
But let’s say you’re still curious. If, as in the demonstration video for Find His Porn, you find that your man has visited a midget porn site, what does that tell you? Does he have a midget fetish or was he just looking for a WTF moment? Are you going to ask him after you’ve prowled through his browsing history while he was out of the house?
Even though it promises to tell you something new about your man, in the end, Find His Porn at best just gives you information, not insight. In that respect, it’s like a lot of other products targeted at women, like Cosmo magazine, that are chock full of supposed “secrets” about men, like “We Like Chick Flicks”. Sorry, no: most men would rather watch porn than a chick flick, and you don’t need to spend $19.95 on Find His Porn to find that out.
Also, too: in case it isn’t obvious, I’m now following Dan Savage on Twitter, and that’s where I learned about Find His Porn.