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BOSTON (CAP) - According to a new survey released yesterday, more than half of Americans over the age of 18 visited a library within the past year, with many of them drawn in by porn on the computers rather than smut written in books. However, only 20% would admit to actually visiting a library.

"These findings turn our thinking about libraries upside down," said Phyllis Bligh, co-author of a report on the results of the survey. "Instead of prudes and nerds lookng to feed their book habit, it's prudes and nerds looking to get some."

Of the 57 percent of American adults who said they viewed porn at a library in the past year, 65 percent of them also signed out a private study room at the library to "finish the job." According to the survey, the biggest users were young adults aged 18 to 30 in the tech-savvy group known as Generation Y.

"Gen Y'ers know how to use web proxies to get around browser security settings on public computers, so they can find what they need," said Chet McIntosh, author of Why Gen Y Will Own Your Ass In Ten Years. "They're also extremely sex-starved and need to get away from the watchful eye of mom and dad.

"Where Generation X had to just fantasize about librarians, Gen Y is one step closer to making that fantasy a reality," McIntosh added.

American Demographics Unlimited, who administered the survey, said the results show an interesting trend away from so-called "internet hotspots" such as cafes, municipal areas and subway stations and toward the comforting anonymity of public computers.

"People who want sex in subway stations will get it the old-fashioned way: with a wink and a nod toward a dark corner," said ADU spokesperson Herman Rich. "But with a library, you stand a better chance of finding someone who also shares a similar interest.

"And in a library, you stand a better chance of finding someone who doesn't share half a dozen diseases," noted Rich.

Survey results also showed an uptick in porn viewing by business travelers. However, what was once reserved for the privacy of a hotel room or vacated conference room has now started to move toward airport computer terminals during long layovers.


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