I had a look at Google Webmasters the other day because I wanted to see how Google is steering people towards my blog. In other words, which keywords or phrases are people googling when they end up here? Now, I’ve heard that there’s a lot of sex and porn on the internet – yes, I “heard” – and some even say that that is what the internet is for. Still, I was shocked to learn that even my utterly chaste corner of the internet is a destination for sex searchers. Here’s a list, for the last month or so, of the most important queries used to reach my blog:
It’s some consolation that the places below the first spot are taken by queries that do indeed capture my content quite well – although I also seem to have a lot of neglected content (there’s no mention of “justice”, “ethics”, “equality” etc.). Also, when I remove the Google image searches from this list, the sex disappears, fortunately.
Of course, it’s not without reason that Google leads a lot of sex searchers to my blog. I do write about sex now and again, but only when there is a connection to human rights. And when I do, it’s squeaky clean. Here are some examples of posts:
- The Most Absurd Human Rights Violations (108): Fatwa for Opposing Ban on Premarital Sex
- The Most Absurd Human Rights Violations (104): Homosexuals Suffering the Egg Test in Lebanon
- Iconic Images of Human Rights Violations (81): Sex Tourism
- The Most Absurd Human Rights Violations (83): 8 Years in Prison for Sex Doll Prank?
- Annals of Heartlessness (4): Legalized Sex Slaves
I realize that publishing this list will confuse Google even more, and frustrate many future searchers. But look at it as my personal revenge against the objectifiers of women.