RationalWiki and web visitor interest in pornography

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RationalWiki.org is a politically left leaning website that skews towards atheism/agnosticism in terms of its worldview.

The editors of the website RationalWiki try to portray the website as a thinking person's wiki where the editors carefully analyze various matters.

But SimilarWeb.com data shows a significant portion of RationalWiki's web audience is interested in "adult" material as can be seen by the "adult" audience interests in the above graphic.

Atheists have played a significant role in both the production and consumption of pornographic material (See: Atheism and pornography and Atheism and child pornography).

Many feminists contend that pornography exploits women.[1] RationalWiki is a pro-feminism website.[2]

Trustworthiness of websites linking to RationalWiki

According to the leading search engine optimization website Search Engine Land: "Citation Flow is a number of predicting how influential a URL might be based on how many sites link to it. Trust Flow is a number predicting how trustworthy a page is based on how trustworthy sites tend to link to trustworthy neighbors."[3]

As far as a website's domain, high authority and trustworthy websites commonly have their trustflow metric higher than their citation flow metric. As can been above, RationalWiki has the exact opposite. Perhaps its web visitors who visit adult websites link to RationalWiki from low quality websites that are untrusted.

Atheism and pornography. Atheism and child pornography.

Nearly two-thirds of RationalWiki's web audience is male according to SimilarWeb.com

See also: Atheism and women

In March of 2022, SimilarWeb indicated that approximately two-thirds of RationalWiki's audience is male.

RationalWiki and anti-feminist language by RationalWiki Moderator User: Spud

RationalWiki is a pro-feminism website.[4]

Above is a screen capture of one of the instances of RationalWiki Moderator User: Spud using language that would be considered derogatory to women by some feminists.

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