GameLink: MILF Porn Tops Charts for 15-Plus Years
LOS ANGELES — GameLink.com reports MILF adult films have continued topping charts since 1999, presenting their findings in a new infographic that demonstrates the genre’s staying power and success over the years across age categories.
“Whether it’s the incredibly talented MILF performers, or the savvy marketing strategy of today’s adult studios, ‘Mother I’d Like to Fuck’ movies are as popular as ever, if not more so,” said Jeff Dillon, vice president of business development for eLine management company, whose clients include GameLink.com. “It’s safe to say the adult industry will be celebrating Mother's Day for more than one reason this year and next!”
GameLink says MILF ranks as its second most popular genre, behind teen movies, which remains the top genre among its customers. It is followed by trans, all-girl and fauxcest genres. To download GameLink’s infographic on MILF porn in JPG format, click here. For a PDF, click here.
The study shows a majority of men across all age categories enjoy porn featuring mature women, with the bulk coming from the 18-29 age bracket, making up an estimated 71 percent of all MILF movie viewers.
So far this year, the top five selling MILF movies on GameLink are “Mommy Caught Me,” Brazzers’ Horny Housewives #4," “Neighborhood Moms Down to Fuck,” “It’s a Mommy Thing #8” and “It’s a Family Thing.” Among the most searched MILF performers on GameLink are Tanya Tate, Brandi Love, Lisa Ann, Kelly Madison, Nina Hartley, Julia Ann, Veronica Avluv, Kendra Lust and Francesca Le.
“We saw a huge, 400 percent spike in MILF porn sales between 1998 and 2000, likely due to the popularity of the mainstream sex comedy ‘American Pie’ — which brought the phrase ‘Mother I’d Like to Fuck’ to pop culture,” Dillon said. “The numbers have continued to grow over the years as evidenced by the huge number of searches on our website for MILF stars and their movies.”
GameLink.com also charted the growth of the MILF genre since 1998, determining a 419 percent growth between 1998 and 2000, a 357 percent growth between 2007 and 2009 (a period during which Lisa Ann gained notoriety for parodying Sarah Palin), a 12 percent decrease between 2010 and 2011 for reasons unknown and an 83 percent growth between 2012 and 2016, with at least 30 percent growth every year since 2012.