When it comes to the internet, women are far more likely than men to be watching porn on social media.

It’s no secret that the average American woman is in control of her own online time and her own image.

However, that doesn’t mean that most women are viewing porn, according to a new study by social media research firm iRobot.

More than 90 percent of the 1,000 women who participated in iRobots study said they had watched porn on the internet in the last month.

A small percentage of women said they’ve viewed it in the past week.

According to the company, women have been viewing porn online for a while, but there are several reasons why they might not be.

First, the average internet user tends to be much more conservative, so many people are less likely to watch videos.

The company also found that women who use social media have more time on their hands to do other things besides consume porn.

Porn, which has been a focus of the Clinton Foundation’s anti-porn campaign, is more popular among young women.

Second, there are other factors that can contribute to women’s inability to view porn, such as how old they are and their gender.

Third, there is no standard definition of what constitutes a porn star, so the average woman may be viewing a variety of videos that differ in quality, iRobOT said.

Fourth, the Internet’s capacity to reach millions of people, coupled with the rapid growth of social media, means that the vast majority of women are consuming porn, which is more likely to be viewed by men than by women, according the study.

For the iRobotic study, 1,100 women aged 18-35 from the U.S. were asked about their online habits.

All women were asked whether they watched porn or not.

They were then asked how many hours a week they spent watching porn.

iRobotics found that 55 percent of women watched porn at least once a week, and that 27 percent watched it weekly or more.