Except for this post.
That post brought out a whole slew of zoophilists out of the woodwork. Well, I guess I should give them the benefit of the doubt...they might just be people looking for some serious scientific sort of information about animal reproduction, but somehow I get the feeling that most of them are not here for that.
Sorry guys, you're in the wrong place.. No kinky stuff here.
But fortunately the tides have changed, although probably not because fewer people are searching for animal sex. It's just that I did a post mentioning Las Meninas, a painting by Diego Velázquez, and there must be a lot of people that are interested in that, because suddenly "las meninas" has overtaken "wild animal sex" as my blog's most popular search term...and it's been a real landslide. It is comforting to think that there are more people out there looking for "las meninas" than for "wild animal sex", but I'm afraid my blog won't help them out any more than it did the animal sex crowd. There's not much serious information about the painting to be had here. But if they want to know about menina-lights, hey, that I know something about.
So it's art: 1, sex: 0. Surprising.
But what really baffles me is how people end up here while looking for "las meninas". I tried googling it and I ended up looking through the first 40 pages that turned up. My blog is nowhere in there. So, how many pages do people sift through before arriving here? They must be really interested in Las Meninas. And why don't they just go to Wikipedia or to the Museo del Prado website? Wouldn't that be the most logical thing to do? There's lots of good stuff in those places, but here, just some lame holiday lights. So what is making people look through so many pages to get here? With "wild animal sex" my blog turns up on the 4th page (odd considering how little of that there is here), so one would think that it would be easier for the perverts to get here than for the culturally curious, but it seems that's not the case.
Just what is it about those Meninas? Am I missing something here?
Well, whatever. At least I know my blog is attracting a new sort of public, but there are still plenty of those "other guys" popping up here all the time. So here's some advice to them: go somewhere else...but don't do it at work, otherwise something like this might happen:
I'm thinking that guy should have checked this link out first. Yep, that's right, it's a whole page on how not to get caught looking at porn. Although I think that maybe the guy in the video should learn some more basic things first. Like where the volume control is on his computer.
Actually, there are a multitude of pages with advice on how not to get caught looking at porn, but for some funny reason there isn't a single one about not getting caught looking at art. That could be useful for those artistically inclined teens that don't want their friends to catch them ogling The Mona Lisa, instead of looking at porn like every other kid their age.
Hey, I wonder what would happen if we outlawed art? Would there suddenly be thousands of teenage boys hiding art magazines under their beds?